Who is responsible for the slow progress of the Peace Process?

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The Good Friday Agreement in 1997 largely brough an end to ‘The Troubles’ as the inter-communal violence in Northern Ireland had been dubbed. However, a quarter of century later the progress of the peace process now seems painfully slow. Protestant unionists blame Catholic nationalists for being too slow to give up the threat of a return to terrorism, and the Catholic nationalists blame the Protestant unionists for being unwilling to share power.