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Referendum Commission

The Referendum Commission is established as an independent statutory body under the Referendum Act 1998 to oversee an information campaign on a proposed amendment to the Constitution; to facilitate debate and discussion on the matter; and to do so in a manner which is fair to all interests concerned.

It is the responsibility of the Minister for the Environment and Local Government to establish a Referendum Commission for each proposed amendment, should he so wish.

The most recent Referendum was held on 11 June 2004 on the issue of citizenship.

The Referendum Commission
18 Lower Leeson Street
Dublin 2

Telephone: (01) 639 5695
Facsimile: (01) 639 5674

Web site: www.refcom.ie

Email: refcom@ombudsman.irlgov.ie

 
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