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The Good Friday Agreement was a "work of genius" which helped to preserve the concept of democracy, former US president Bill Clinton has said.
He was addressing a Belfast conference to mark the 20th anniversary of the 1998 deal, which helped to end 30 years of violence in Northern Ireland.
Mr Clinton was taking part in a panel discussion with former British PM Tony Blair and former Irish PM Bertie Ahern.
Mr Blair said the 1998 deal took "real courage" by Northern Ireland parties.
He added that for "all its faults", the Good Friday Agreement was "worth doing and worth keeping".
me thinks it is all part of the anti brexit meme
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