Corish, Brendan

Wednesday, 7 January 1959

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 172 No. 1

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Referendum (Amendment) Bill, 1958—Second Stage.

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Local elections.More Button

When the Fianna Fáil Ministers and Deputies were speaking here on the Third Amendment of the Constitution Bill, their greatest claim, so far as I can recall, was that the issue would be put before the...More Button

How many will? Deputy O'Malley says that they can read it. Did he ever see a register of electors in the post office?More Button

It is a very bulky document. There are 7,000 voters in the town of Wexford. I should like to see the mess and the queues there would be in the three post offices in Wexford, with people clamouring ...More Button

I am merely trying to stress the importance, as presented to us by the Fianna Fáil speakers, of this proposed change to the straight vote and if we are to have such important and drastic changes conse...More Button

If the Minister likes, let him send a copy of the Bill to every single voter. In a general election, the candidates are entitled to have sent to every voter in their constituency a copy of their elec...More Button

They could not translate it into Irish, the Minister said.More Button

May I ask the Minister a question?More Button

Since the debate commenced, has the Minister considered the question of sending to each elector a precis of the proposals, as a type of White Paper?More Button


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