Raymond McCartney said;
“The British government has failed to honour the Stormont House Agreement on full disclosure to meet the needs of victims.
“They continue to cover up the action of their agents, army, police and political establishment by using a so-called national security veto.
“That pretext for blocking disclosure is clearly nonsense as much of the information families are looking for is related to events 30 to 40 years ago.
“This is unacceptable and means that no agreement was possible on dealing with disclosure and the past.
“The two governments committed to return to this issue to seek an early resolution, we intend to hold them to that.
“Sinn Féin will continue to campaign along with victims’ groups and the families of victims of the conflict to achieve the full disclosure they deserve on the killings of their loved ones.”