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Houses of the Oireachtas Commission publish Annual Report 2015
Read the final report of the sub-committee on Dáil Reform
Rannóg an Aistriúcháin publish an updated version of An Caighdeán Oifigiúil
Watch now on Saorview 22, Sky 574, Virgin Media 207 and eir Vision 504
Our easy-to-read guide explaining how the Houses of the Oireachtas work
Full breakdown of February's election results and transfer of votes
Signatories of the Proclamation of the Irish Republic - 1916: A Parliamentary Exhibition of State Art
Detailed information is available online including the full text of all bills as initiated (including explanatory memoranda), as amended, and as passed by each or both houses; amendments tabled; Acts of the Oireachtas and official translations; and links to debates on bills.
Election Results infographic
This Infographic outlines key statistics from results of General Election 2016. It is in both English and Irish.
2016 General Election map booklet
The Oireachtas Library & Research Service has produced a short booklet for Oireachtas members that displays the results of the 2016 General election through maps. To download the booklet or individual maps please click here
The Irish language – a linguistic crisis? (English version)
Published September 2016
(Irish language version of this note under preparation - to be published shortly)
This Note has been drafted in the context of the Programme for a Partnership Government and the recent establishment of a Joint Oireachtas Committee focussing on the Irish language. It examines the situation of the Irish language from a national perspective and outlines the special situation of the Gaeltacht and the socio-linguistic crisis unfolding there
International human rights law: operation and impact
No. 2 of 2016 (Published 9 June 2016)
This Spotlight provides an overview of the operation of international human rights law. It seeks to highlight how international human rights law impacts upon Irish law as well as the work of parliament.
The Oireachtas Public Petitions System presents an important new avenue for individuals to participate in the democratic process. Through submitting petitions online and by post, members of the public will be able to take their policy concerns directly to the heart of the Oireachtas.
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