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Council hits back over planning rebuke BelfastTelegraph.co.uk DUP leader Arlene Foster has said she will take “the necessary steps” to ensure the new council in Belfast is approved by Stormont. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/dup-leader-arlene-foster-has-said-she-will-take-the-necessary-steps-to-ensure-the-new-covenance-in-belfast-is-approved-by-stormont-35341426.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article35341424.ece/c0fd7/AUTOCROP/h342/NWS_2014-11-01_NEW_15089943_I1.JPG

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DUP leader Arlene Foster has said she will take “the necessary steps” to ensure the new council in Belfast is approved by Stormont.

Belfast City Council issued a statement today over what they s우리카지노aid were “technical and legal matters”, but it left open the possibility that a vote could still be held on future councils.

The statement came after the council’s secretary, Stephen McPherson, delivered a speech to councillors who will take up the issue in Belfast today.

He insisted he had no formal legal authority to carry out plans for the design, but said he was prepared to consider the matter, if a vote were taken.

The speech, the council said, had a “special interest” in identifying issues “related to a potential future council” in Belfast.

Mr McPherson said he had “absolutely no legal basis” to put forward plans for a napronxew Belfast City Council as it had “no power whatsoever” to do so.

But his comments were met with dismay by some city councillors in Belfast, the only seat of power in Northern Ireland under the Belfast Agreement.

Councillors voted by 10 to 4 to support a motion which said: “It would be difficult for the proposed Belfast City Council to agree to the proposed design without the unanimous approval of the majority of the City Council, which would be in turn the majority of the citizens of Northern Ireland.”

However, this was rejected in a moti예스카지노on from Sinn Fein’s Mervyn Boylan to remove it from council books and place it on the council’s website.