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Attack fears at Ulster polls.

DISSIDENT republicans were under surveillance today as part of special security operations to protect the Northern Ireland elections.

Every available officer was on duty at more than 600 polling stations amid fears of new strikes by the organisations opposed to the peace process.

With the British and Irish governments calling for a maximum turn out in support of candidates whose parties are signed up to the Good Friday Agreement, this could be one of the most critical votes in 30 years.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Nov 26, 2003
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