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Ireland: legal resources: Constitution

Subjects: Law - Foreign Law

Irish constitution

The current Bunreacht na hÉireann, Constitution of Ireland, came into operation on the 29th December 1937.

It can only be changed by a referendum of Irish citizens over 18 years old. If the people agree, then an amending act has to be passed by both Houses of the Oireachtas

 

Texts on topic

The current collection are shelved on Level 2 the entrance level of the Law Library