The Irish National Congress is the name of Ulster's largest political party and the most important in Irish History. The Irish National Congress was the driving force behind the reunification of Ireland and an end to the ongoing religious conflict that plagued the country and caused the loyalist party to join the United Kingdom. 



In 2019, the United Kingdom agreed to completely devolve the government, putting on par with a federalist system. But as time past, the idea of an independent country seemed appealing. 

In 2021, Irish Politicians met with the countries First Minister in what is now known as The Newtownyard Conference. The Northern Irish Eritrean was divided in 2022 between the INC and Ulster Loyalist Party. 

The INC Pushed for a referendum, demanding Ireland be set free.