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The Good Friday Agreement is a set of agreements, concluded on April 10th 1998 and ratified by popular vote on May 22nd 1998, that secured the devolved government in Northern Ireland. The agreement was the result of a long period of political uncertainty and extreme violence in Northern Ireland, known as ‘The Troubles’, which was a period of conflict that ran from the 1960s to, generally agreed, the Good Friday Agreement.

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The Good Friday Agreement has secured a lasting peace in Northern Ireland, with a steep reduction in violence and an improved relationship between the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom.
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The Good Friday Agreement stopped violence through offering political routes

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