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Martin's efforts must not be in vain

In life, Martin McGuinness was often genuinely respected outside of his own community, because it was recognised that he was largely sincere in trying to heal the terrors of the past and maintaining normal, cordial and practical relations between the long-suffering people in the north of the island.

It must be hoped that his good example will inspire his successors not to deviate from the narrow path of reconciliation and not to be perceived as causing unnecessary disruption and political agitation simply for the sake of it.

JOVAN RADUSIN

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