Colum Eastwood has mentioned the UK and Irish governments have been “left embarrassed” after leaving Belfast with no deal to revive devolution.
Theresa Could and Leo Varadkar attended talks with Northern Eire’s fundamental political events on Monday.
It was extensively anticipated that the DUP and Sinn Féin had been near ending their 13-month stalemate.
Each the prime minister and taoiseach (Irish prime minister) have mentioned they continue to be hopeful deal could be completed.
Northern Eire has been run by civil servants for the reason that power-sharing government made up of the DUP and Sinn Féin collapsed in January final 12 months.
The then deputy first minister, Martin McGuinness, pulled Sinn Féin out of the coalition after a sequence of disagreements, with the ultimate straw being the DUP’s dealing with of a scandal over a inexperienced power scheme.
Earlier rounds of talks between the DUP and Sinn Féin have, to date, failed to interrupt the political impasse.
The DUP and Sinn Féin have mentioned deal continues to be potential.
Arlene Foster mentioned any settlement needed to be supported by all people and sustainable.
Sinn Féin’s new President, Mary Lou McDonald, mentioned her get together is near a deal that may be put to their grassroots.