Left: DUP leader and First Minister Peter Robinson (centre) with Fermanagh councillors (from left) Paul Robinson, Alison Brimstone, Bert Johnston and Cyril Brownlee.
No-one has ever been brought to justice for the bombing and that is "what hurts people the most", says Mr Robinson
In a wide-ranging interview with this newspaper, Mr Robinson
also opened up about his
faith and how he
prays before taking important decisions in his
role as the First Minister of Northern Ireland
"In politics you carry a heavy burden, there is an enormous responsibility," he
explained, "You must take decisions on the basis of your duty as God gives you light to see that duty.
On the subject of fracking in Fermanagh
, Mr Robinson
said that while he
is not against the controversial process decisions on it can not be taken without proper research.
"I have been at several events with the Prime Minister since and without being prompted he
has referenced it himself; he
was very pleased," added Mr Robinson
, "A lot of people thought it was a high risk strategy but as it turned out it was the most peaceful G8 that they ever had.
When protesters are talking about coming back to stay it is a fairly good sign.
And now of course Fermanagh
is the happiest place to be in the United Kingdom.
Everything is going swimmingly well for Fermanagh
And, sat beside Fermanagh-south Tyrone MLA Arlene Foster for this interview, Mr Robinson
joked: "When people talk about the beauty of Fermanagh I thought they were talking about Arlene!"