19 The question of the Irish border after the referendum should be seen as an integral part of this phenomenon and not as a whole new one. The difficulty of finding an amicable solution to the Irish border problem is just another consequence of the sectarian polarization rooted in Northern Irish politics since 1998. Although there was a Community majority of 56% in Northern Ireland for remains and, although after the referendum the two sides openly agreed on the need to keep the border open, particularly for economic and commercial interests26, it proved absolutely impossible to transform this fragile consensus into a single long-term front between the parties and between the Communities on the issue of borders. The main obstacle to this front was the persistent divergence in the constitutional position of the border between the two sides of the denominational gap. After the Brexit referendum, Sinn Fein, followed by the SDLP, quickly called for a border investigation to revive Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. On the trade union side, the DUP and the UUP have loudly reaffirmed their call to remain an integral and undifferentiated part of the borderless United Kingdom in the Irish Sea. After more than twenty years of political cooperation between municipal elites in a power-sharing democracy in Northern Ireland, there has indeed been no real rapprochement between the two communities on the fundamental question of the constitutional status of the Irish border of division. As part of the agreement, the British and Irish governments committed to holding referendums in Northern Ireland and the Republic on 22 May 1998. The referendum on Northern Ireland is expected to approve the deal reached at the multi-party talks.
The Republic of Ireland`s referendum should approve the Anglo-Irish agreement and facilitate the modification of the Irish constitution in accordance with the agreement. Therefore, when you hear from MPs who ask whether a majority of MPs can properly take charge of the implementation of the Brexit process by a government that does not have a parliamentary majority on this issue, and if you say that non-parliamentary at Westminster must be determined by Her Majesty`s government within the framework of the constitutional imperative , a regulation of parliamentary procedure on the wishes of a temporary majority in the House of Commons is established and an intractable status is established. That he doesn`t deserve. The Good Friday Agreement was approved by referendum on 22 May 1998, both in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland voters were asked to approve the multi-party agreement and Irish voters were asked to approve both the multi-party agreement and some constitutional amendments to the Anglo-Irish agreement.