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# Constitution

This year
Emma DeSouza: Should we really put a price on a United Ireland?
Emma DeSouza
Tánaiste says Government may have 'overestimated' public support for Constitutional changes
Politicians on Yes and No sides lay out their stalls in final TV debate ahead of referendums
Opinion: Does the care referendum show that it’s time for some constitutional spring cleaning?
Dr Alan Greene
Opinion: Mainstream feminists are backing the 'care amendment' - this is a mistake
Rosaleen McDonagh
Debate Room: The Yes and No sides set out their cases for the forthcoming referendums
Sarah O'Reilly & Heather Humphreys
What do you want to know about the 8 March referendums? Send us your questions
Varadkar launches Fine Gael campaign calling for a double Yes vote in family and care referendums
'Durable' relationships, 'throuples' and care in the home discussed in referendums Dáil debate
Last year
Govt says referendum enshrining neutrality in Constitution 'not appropriate' as SF motion defeated
Opinion: Beware the referendum proposal on the women in the home – all is not as it seems
Dr Laura Cahillane
The president has referred the Judicial Appointments Bill to the Supreme Court - what now?
David Kenny
President Higgins has referred the Judicial Appointments Bill to the Supreme Court
President to meet with Council of State to assess if new law to appoint judges is constitutional
Two referendums instead of one may be required on gender equality with 'tight' November timeline
Varadkar says ‘women in the home’ referendum will be held in November, despite rumours of delay
Factfind: PBP-proposed housing amendment isn't intended to evict people from their homes
All time
Gender Equality Committee proposes rewording for ‘women in the home’ reference in Constitution
Analysis: Let's hear it for Ireland's success on our 100th birthday - we’ve come a long way
Dr Mark Henry
Opinion: Today's ruling vindicates Costello's decision to take Ceta to the Supreme Court
David Kenny
Chile's president dealt a blow as country strongly rejects radical new constitution
British MPs support moves for UK Government to commission Northern Ireland abortion services
What to do with Article 41.2? 'It hasn't actually contributed anything. It's never been a help'
Irish Council for Civil Liberties calls for mandatory hotel quarantine to be suspended
Citizens' Assembly meets to discuss constitution clause on ‘women in the home’
Opinion: The role of Attorney General should be more transparent - let's start by publishing the advice
Dr David Kenny & Dr Conor Casey
Does the constitution need to be changed to allow TDs to take maternity leave?
Chileans vote overwhelmingly to replace their constitution
Having 18 ministers at Cabinet is 'fairly obviously unconstitutional' and politically 'dubious'
Russia's Vladimir Putin signs law that could keep him in power for another 16 years
The Irish For: Guns and Gaelic - the history of the right to bear arms
Darach Ó Séaghdha
The Divorce Bill has been signed into law, shortening the 4-year separation period
Here's your quick guide to the divorce referendum
Quiz: How much do you know about Irish referendums?
Solicitors want a Yes vote in divorce referendum
'The banks are dictating what happens': TDs say government relying on 'constitution' card to block vulture funds Bill
Government announces wording of amendments for the divorce referendum
Divorce referendum: Voters will be asked whether to delete 'living apart period' from Constitution
Referendum on divorce could be delayed, warns Taoiseach
These are the referendums coming up in 2019 - and a few after that