Elections failure `could signal end for agreement'

Failure to hold elections soon in the Six Counties could spell the end of the Good Friday Agreement, Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness warned today. As he prepared for a meeting in Dublin with Irish Foreign Minister Brian Cowen, the Mid Ulster MP insisted the Government must set a date for an Assembly election this year if efforts to restore power-sharing were to succeed.

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