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Referendum of 7th June 2001

A referendum covering three issues was held on 7th June 2001.

The issues were:

  1. 21st Amendment: Abolition of the Death Penalty [ACCEPTED]
  2. 23rd Amendment: International Criminal Court [ACCEPTED]
  3. 24th Amendment: Treaty of Nice I [REJECTED]

A proposed amendment concerning the removal of members of the Judiciary was postponed to a later date. The Amendments are named after the Acts of the Oireachtas required to allow them to be put in a Referendum. The 22nd Amendment is the one that was postponed.

21st Amendment: Abolition of the Death Penalty
printed on a BLUE ballot paper
23rd Amendment: International Criminal Court
printed on a PINK ballot paper
24th Amendment: Treaty of Nice
printed on a WHITE ballot paper
 
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