Category Archives: Attorney General

Why Judicial Appointments Reform is Necessary

On Wednesday night an end was put to the longest filibuster in the history of the State when the guillotine was imposed on the Judicial Appointments Commission Bill. The Bill has now passed all stages of the Seanad and will … Continue reading

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The Revised Irish Wording for the Marriage Referendum – An Analysis

Dr Seán Ó Conaill The Government has decided to revise the Irish wording for the Marriage Referendum after criticism over the first version published. In preparing the first draft particular wording and phrasings were used in an effort to avoid … Continue reading

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The Irish Wording of the Marriage Referendum

Dr Seán Ó Conaill Leagan Gaeilge le Fáil Anseo / Irish language version of this piece is available here Much attention has been paid to the Irish wording of the proposed marriage referendum after a piece appeared in the Irish … Continue reading

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The Role of the Attorney General in the Garda Tapes Controversy

Dr Seán Ó Conaill One curious aspect of the Garda tapes controversy has been the focus that some commentators have placed upon the role of the Attorney General Máire Whelan and the misunderstandings as to the role of the Attorney. … Continue reading

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