Leader not fit for purpose
LAST week, when the DUP signed a petition of concern to stop a vote of no confidence in their minister Nelson McCausland, their party leader Peter Robinson gave an exclusive to the Belfast Telegraph that the Assembly was no longer fit for purpose.
Who made it not fit for purpose, one may ask? Certainly, it wasn't the vast majority of people of Ireland who voted for the Good Friday Agreement.
The present synthetic crisis, manufactured by Peter Robinson, won't be addressed by another easyJet trip to St Andrews.
It will, however, be resolved when the DUP appoint a leader who has the determination to be First Minister for all the people.
JOHN DALLAT (SDLP)
MLA for East Londonderry