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Gender Recognition Bill Passed (July 31, 2015) by Luis Acosta
On July 15, 2015, the Gender Recognition Bill 2014 was passed by the Oireachtas (Irish legislature). ...
Topic: Civil rights and liberties; Discrimination; Marriage and family status; Same-sex marriage
New Companies Act Takes Effect (June 19, 2015) by Luis Acosta
On June 1, 2015, the Companies Act 2014 took effect in Ireland. (Companies Act 2014, ...
Topic: Corporations and associations; Limited liability companies
Modified Rules on Abortion Considered (May 10, 2013) by Constance Johnson
On May 1, 2013, Enda Kenny, the Prime Minister of Ireland, introduced the Protection of Life ...
Reform of Begging Laws (July 14, 2011) by Stephen Clarke
On February 2, 2011, the Oireachtas (Irish Parliament) enacted the Criminal Justice (Public Order) Act ...
Topic: Crime and law enforcement
Government Response to Loss in European Court Ruling on Abortion Law (January 04, 2011) by Stephen Clarke
On December 16, 2010, the office of the head of the government in Ireland issued a ...
EU Divorce Plan Rejected (July 07, 2010) by Stephen Clarke
Ireland has declined to take part in a European Union plan for enhanced cooperation in divorce ...
New Arbitration Act (May 21, 2010) by Stephen Clarke
With the intention of modernizing its existing law and capitalizing on its great popularity with both ...
Topic: Alternative dispute resolution
New Law to Promote Safety in Offshore Drilling (April 22, 2010) by Stephen Clarke
Ireland's Parliament (the Oireachtas) has recently enacted a new Petroleum (Exploration and Extraction) Safety Act, Act ...
Topic: Mineral resources and mines
Only Conviction in Omagh Bombing Overturned (March 26, 2010) by Stephen Clarke
On August 15, 1998, a bomb killed 29 persons in the Northern Irish town of Omagh, ...
Government Creating Incineration Capacity and Tax (March 04, 2010) by Stephen Clarke
On February 9, 2010, the Government of Ireland issued a statement to confirm that it is ...
Topic: Environmental protection
New Prohibition on Blasphemy (January 08, 2010) by Stephen Clarke
On January 1, 2010, new provisions contained in the Defamation Act, 2009 of the Republic of ...
Topic: Church and state relations
Referendum on EU Operations Passes (October 07, 2009) by Stephen Clarke
In a referendum held on October 2, 2009, the voters of Ireland ratified the Treaty of ...
British-Irish Inter-Parliamentary Body Recommends Improved Police Cooperation (July 13, 2009) by Stephen Clarke
The British-Irish Inter-Parliamentary Body (BIIPB) was formed in 1990 to address issues of bilateral concern. The ...
Topic: Crime and law enforcement
Jurisdiction: Ireland; United Kingdom
Sharp Increases in Personal Taxes Introduced (April 10, 2009) by Stephen Clarke
On April 7, 2009, Ireland's Minister of Finance introduced a Supplemental Budget in the Dáil Éireann, ...
Language Requirements for Barristers Changed (February 17, 2009) by Stephen Clarke
Prior to 2008, in order to become a barrister in Ireland, a person had to pass ...
Topic: Lawyers and legal services
Entitlement to Medical Cards for the Aged Qualified (January 12, 2009) by Stephen Clarke
Ireland does not have a national health care system or a national health insurance program in ...
Topic: Workers safety and health
President Signs Bank Guarantee Law (October 08, 2008) by Stephen Clarke
The Irish banking system is highly concentrated, with six major domestic banks operating throughout the country. ...
Topic: Banks and financial institutions
Proposal to Arm Police Stirs Debate (April 02, 2008) by Stephen Clarke
In Ireland, uniformed members of the national police force, the Garda Siochana, have traditionally not carried ...
Topic: Police power
New Minimum Sentences for Certain Drug Offenses (February 02, 2008) by Stephen Clarke
The Government of Ireland has passed legislation creating stiff new penalties for drug trafficking. Under the ...
Topic: Crime and law enforcement; Drug trafficking
Civil Unions Legislation (January 02, 2008) by Stephen Clarke
Article 41.3 of the Irish Constitution provides, "[t]he State pledges itself to guard with special care ...
Last updated: July 31, 2015