It has been announced that the body that looks after the paramilitary decommissioning in Northern Ireland is not going to publish any record that shows as to how many and what kind of arms has been destroyed by it.
But it surely is going to issue its final report on Monday. Name of the body is Independent International Commission on Decommissioning (IICD). The list was supposed to be given to the British and Irish government.
This move, as expected, has been criticized by First Minister Peter Robinson who said that the people have all the right to know what has been done by IICD. He said in his statement that he is going to urge to the secretary of state to ensure what is the level of inventory and what has been passed over to the government.
Such a move as followed by the IICD, is now going to make the people nervous and that calls for all justifications to dissolve the body altogether. Adding on these views was a stand taken by Secretary of State Owen Paterson who said that IICD should only make arrangements for decommissioning of arms that are to be retained by the US state department.