.irish is a new generic top-level domain (gTLD). The rights to run the domain were applied for in June 2012 by Dot-Irish LLC, a for-profit company in California, United States. as part of an expansion of generic top-level domains by ICANN. The application was successful, and the domain opened for registrations on 17 March 2015, with public registration opened on 25 June 2015.
The average cost of a .irish domain is €16.48, which is 33% cheaper than the average cost of a .ie domain (€24.95).
Should the move proceed as reported, it would be a violation of the 2014 Stormont House Agreement involving the Northern parties and the Irish and British governments, under which all sides settled for setting up a £150 million independent unit to investigate the entire deaths during the Troubles from the late 1960s to the late 1990s.
She added the party is in talks with the IrishGovernment “ who are co-guarantors of our agreements about this unilateral betrayal of the victims of the conflict, and have urged them to stand up to a British government, which is acting in bad faith.
I hope that rather than just preventing the prosecution of the security forces for crimes committed in the Troubles, the Government will now consult victims, political parties and civil society in Northern Ireland as well as the Irish government on the right way to establish a new process of truth and reconciliation.
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Scars are said to be there to remind us that the past is real ... The fact neither the IrishGovernment, nor any of the parties in the North, were informed of the proposal gives credence to claims that the focus of Mr Johnson’s administration has narrowed to serve its own interests ... Read More. Kathy Donaghy ... Daily Digest Newsletter ... .
If the move proceeds as reported, it would be a violation of the 2014 Stormont House Agreement involving the Northern parties and the Irish and British governments ... agreed by the UK and Irish Governments and main Northern Ireland parties in the 2014 Stormont House Agreement.