Designed to end sectarian politics, the Good Friday Agreement settled our constitutional question.
However, 15 years on, political parties and politicians fail to deliver the Agreement's promises, namely peace, reconciliation, a shared society and prosperity.
Instead, we continue with disputes over divisive issues, with little or no progress on matters affecting ordinary people – education, employment and local government reform.
Perhaps the time is ripe for an inclusive new centre-ground (Christian Democrat-type?) party, pledged to work for an inclusive, shared and equal society, based on universal principles of moral law and social justice.
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