Independent Monitoring Commission

Independent Monitoring Commission

Independent Monitoring Commission

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The Independent Monitoring Commission (IMC) was an organization founded on 7 January 2004, by an agreement between the British and Irish governments, signed in Dublin on 25 November 2003.


The IMC's remit includes:

  • monitoring any continuing activity by paramilitary groups.

  • monitoring the commitment by the British Government to a package of security normalization measures.

  • handling claims by parties in the Northern Ireland Assembly that a Minister, or another party in the Northern Ireland Assembly, is not committed to non-violence and exclusively peaceful and democratic means, or that a Minister has failed to observe any other terms of the pledge of office, or that a party is not committed to such of its members as are or might become Ministers observing the other terms of the pledge of office.

The IMC submits formal reports to both the British Government and Irish Government.

The body has faced criticism from Sinn Féin due to the manner in which it was set up as an apparent sop to Unionists. In a debate in Dáil Éireann Aengus Ó Snodaigh referred to it as "three spooks and a lord". Sinn Féin have issued legal proceedings against the IMC, through their solicitors in London, Howe & Co, alleging that the IMC...
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