Eighth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland
The Eighth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland introduced a constitutional ban on abortion. It was effected by the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution Act, 1983, which was approved by referendum...
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Tenth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland
The Tenth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland permitted the state to ratify the Single European Act. It was effected by the Tenth Amendment of the Constitution Act, 1987, which was approved by re...
Thirtieth Amendment of the Constitution Bill 2011 (Ireland)
The Thirtieth Amendment of the Constitution (Houses of the Oireachtas Inquiries) Bill 2011 (No. 47 of 2011) was a bill which, if enacted, would have amended the Constitution of Ireland "in order to pr...
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Third Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 1958 (Ireland)
The Third Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 1958 was a proposal to amend the Constitution of Ireland to alter the electoral system. The proposal was rejected in the 1959 referendum.
The subject ...
Twenty-ninth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland
The Twenty-ninth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland is an amendment to the Constitution of Ireland which relaxes the previous prohibition on the reduction of the salaries of Irish judges. The Tw...
Fifth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland
The Fifth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland removed from the constitution a controversial reference to the "special position" of the Roman Catholic Church as well as recognition of certain othe...
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Referendum Commission
The Referendum Commission (Irish: An Coimisiún Reifrinn) is an independent statutory body in Ireland which is set up in advance of any referendum. The Referendum Act 1998 as amended by the Referen...
Twenty-seventh Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland
The Twenty-seventh Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland provided that children born on the island of Ireland to parents who were both non-nationals would no longer have a constitutional right to c...
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Irish constitutional referendums, 2011
Two referendums were held simultaneously in Ireland on 27 October 2011, each on a proposed amendment of the Constitution of Ireland. The proposed amendments are on judicial salaries pay cuts, and to p...
Twenty-fifth Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 2002 (Ireland)
The Twenty-fifth Amendment was a failed attempt to amend the Constitution of Ireland to tighten the constitutional ban on abortion. It would have removed the threat of suicide as a grounds for legal a...
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Ordinary referendum
An ordinary referendum in the Republic of Ireland is a referendum on a bill other than a bill to amend the Constitution. The Constitution prescribes the process in Articles 27 ("Reference of Bills to ...
Sixteenth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland
The Sixteenth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland provided that a court could refuse bail to a suspect where it feared that while at liberty they would commit a serious criminal offence. It was e...
Tenth Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 1986 (Ireland)
The Tenth Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 1986 was a proposal to amend the Constitution of Ireland to remove the prohibition on divorce. The proposal was rejected in the 1986 referendum.
The s...
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Twenty-eighth Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 2008 (Ireland)
The Twenty-eighth Amendment of the Constitution Bill 2008 was a failed proposal to amend the Constitution of Ireland that was put to a referendum in 2008 (the first Lisbon referendum). The purpose of ...
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Twelfth Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 1992 (Ireland)
The Twelfth Amendment was a failed proposal to amend the Constitution of Ireland, to state that the risk of suicide should not be considered a sufficient reason to legally allow an abortion. It was re...
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Twenty-eighth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland
The Twenty-eighth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland permitted the state to ratify the Lisbon Treaty of the European Union. It was effected by the Twenty-eighth Amendment of the Constitution (Tr...
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Third Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland
The Third Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland permitted the state to join the European Communities and provided that European law would take precedence over the constitution. It was effected by t...
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Twenty-third Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland
The Twenty-third Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland permitted the state to become a party to the International Criminal Court (ICC). It was effected by the Twenty-third Amendment of the Constitu...
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Nineteenth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland
The Nineteenth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland allowed Ireland to sign the Good Friday Agreement and enabled the establishment of shared political institutions between Northern Ireland and th...
Seventeenth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland
The Seventeenth Amendment of the Constitution of Ireland provided that the confidentiality of meetings of the cabinet would not prevent the High Court from ordering that certain information be disclos...