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The Seanad Vote And A Suggestion For Turnout Improvement

What more can be said about the Seanad referendum that has not be said elsewhere? A terrible focus on moronic savings arguments. A lacklustre campaign. Poor leadership. Underestimation. And the result, a vote that should have been won, lost, and … Continue reading

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The Referendums: Aftermath

The last of my post-election series. More than anything else, the referendums appear to have caused a crisis in the government. The Judicial Pay vote was always going to be the easiest to pass, because it was the easiest for … Continue reading

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The Two Referendums: Why I’m Voting “No”

We have two referendums coming up, and I have given them both a deal of thought. I have decided that I will be voting “No” to both, and I urge others to do the same, for the following reasons. On … Continue reading

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