Belfast – A century after its fraught foundation, Northern Ireland looks set for a constitutional earthquake this week with the pro-Irish party Sinn Fein on course to win regional elections.
Apart from periods of direct rule by London, pro-U.K. unionists have monopolized power ever since Britain carved out a Protestant-majority statelet in 1921, when the rest of Ireland achieved self-rule.
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