Basic rights must not be subject to shifting Dáil majorities

Basic rights must not be subject to shifting Dáil majorities
The View   Martin Mansergh   A wisely governed country strives to maintain social cohesion, particularly when it is under strain. Sometimes it is about how difficult and divisive decisions are taken. The experience of civil war over the Treaty and the limits of parliamentary authority contributed to a provision for referendums in the 1937 Constitution…
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