For each of the following questions, arrange the sentences A, B, C, and D between sentences 1 and 6 to form a logical sequence with sentence 1 and sentence 6 as the starting sentence and the concluding sentence respectively.
(1) As the president of Ireland, Mary Robinson doesn’t make policy.
A- Since she took office in 1990, she has been a very popular figure in Ireland, while imbuing her job with considerable moral authority.
B- To the outside, where she has acted as a kind of ambassador for her country, Robinson is the appealing face of the New Ireland.
C- But Robinson is no figurehead.
D- The Prime Minister and his government do that.
(6) She is now on the verge of deciding whether to run for a second term as President.