Sinn Féin has said it is focused on talks which will resume at Stormont tomorrow, according to its Northern Ireland party leader Michelle O'Neill.
Talks will be held in an effort to reach an agreement on the formation of a new power-sharing executive.
Sinn Féin said there is no need for a new agreement and what is needed is a full implementation of what has gone before.
Speaking in Dublin at a party meeting today, Ms O'Neill said the party is fully committed to making the institutions work because they have served the public well.
She said there is a window of opportunity and it is time for real delivery.
"We need to see the Irish Government step up to the plate in relation to their role, and we need the British government to realise that they need to stop pandering to the DUP," she said.
"There are key issues around legacy, there are key issues around bill of rights and we need to see movement on these things."
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