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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
Telephone: (01) 639 5695
Web site: www.refcom.ieEmail: [email protected]
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