Civil rights in Ireland
Publié le 07/10/2012
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« Oral – 1963 : Terence O'Neill wants to resolve the feeling of alienation felt by Catholics – 1967 : creation of the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association – October 1968 : the civil rights movement in Northern Ireland became internationally known – Reforms are expected for the allocation of public housing, a "one man, one vote" electoral system, the end of gerrymandering, a fair employment, and a restructuring of the RUC (Royal Ulster Constabulary) – December 1968 : O'Neill made a speech appealing for calm – August 1971 : introduction of internment → the persons suspected of terrorism can be arrested without evidence (preuve) or trial ( procès) – 1975 : end of internment. »
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