State Opening of the N Ireland Parliament, Stormont, Belfast, 22nd June 1971. The Queen is represented by the Governor of N Ireland, Lord Grey of Naunton, at the ceremony in the Great Hall. This was the last State Opening as the N Ireland Parliament as it was suspended with the introduction of Direct Rule. It was subsequently abolished under the Northern Ireland Constitution Act 1973. 197106220270a
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