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Dáil Éireann

Official Report latest update:

Thu, 25 Nov 2021: 42 topics were published, which include 131 speakers and divisions of the House.

Seanad Éireann

Official Report latest update:

Thu, 25 Nov 2021: 12 topics were published, which include 29 speakers and divisions of the House.

Committees

Official Report latest update:

Meeting of the Select Committee On Finance, Public Expenditure And Reform, And Taoiseach on Thu, 18 Nov 2021.

PQs (Questions)

Official Report latest update:

Thu, 25 Nov 2021: 380 Parliamentary Questions answered.

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Most recent vote

Residential Tenancies (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2021: Committee Stage (Resumed)

Amendment put:

[24 November 2021]

  • Tá (5 votes cast)
  • Níl (24 votes cast)
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Republic of Ireland, 24 November 1948

Notable debate

Republic of Ireland, 24 November 1948

“This Bill will end, and end forever, in a simple, clear and unequivocal way this country's long and tragic association with the institution of the British Crown and will make it manifest beyond equivocation or subtlety that the national and international status of this country is that of an independent republic.”

─John A. Costello

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Dáil and Seanad terms

The 33nd Dáil first met on 20 February 2020. The 26th Seanad met for the first time on 29 June 2020.

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