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In the News (Thu 13 Jun 19)

  
 1937
June/July - Dil ireann debates and passes the draft new constitution of ire, to be called Bunreacht na hireann.
A Presidential Commission (made up the Irish Chief Justice, the Speaker of Dil ireann and the President of the High Court) assumes the powers of the new presidency of Ireland pending the election of the first president in June 1937.
May - Dil ireann passes the Executive Authority (Consequential Provisions) Act, 1937 which retrospectively abolished the office of Governor-General of the Irish Free State.
www.knowallabout.com /1/19/1937.html   (967 words)

  
 1937
June/July - Dil ireann debates and passes the draft new constitution of ire, to be called Bunreacht na hireann.
A Presidential Commission (made up the Irish Chief Justice, the Speaker of Dil ireann and the President of the High Court) assumes the powers of the new presidency of Ireland pending the election of the first president in June 1937.
May - Dil ireann passes the Executive Authority (Consequential Provisions) Act, 1937 which retrospectively abolished the office of Governor-General of the Irish Free State.
www.knowallabout.com /1/19/1937.html   (967 words)

  
 National legal fundaments in Ireland
(2) The appointment of a person to be the Ombudsman shall be made by the President upon resolution passed by Dil ireann and by Seanad ireann recommending the appointment of the person.
(b) may be removed from office by the President but shall not be removed from office except for stated misbehaviour, incapacity or bankruptcy and then only upon resolutions passed by Dil ireann and by Seanad ireann calling for his removal,
www.omineurope.info /uk/gesetz_ireland_uk.htm   (967 words)

  
 Ireland
The taoiseach (prime minister) is appointed by the president on the nomination of the Dil and must resign if he or she loses the majority support of the Dil.
The national parliament (Oireachtas) consists of the president (an tUachtarn) and two chambers: a house of representatives (Dil ireann) and a senate (Seanad ireann).
The parties in the Dil and their respective leaders are Fianna Fil (Bertie Ahern), Fine Gael (John Bruton), Labour (Dick Spring), the Progressive Democrats (Mary Harney), Democratic Left (Proinnsias De Rossa), Sinn Fein (led by Ulsterman Gerry Adams), and the Green party (which has no overall leader).
homepage.eircom.net /~petecassidy/html/ireland.html   (3639 words)

  
 ireacht
The Promh ire was upgraded to President of the Republic (ie, full head of state) by a constitutional amendment proposed by Eamon de Valera and adopted by Dil ireann in August 1921.
ireacht: The name of the cabinet or ministry in the Dil Constitution passed by the First Dil of the Irish Republic in January 1919.
Consisted of a Priomh ire (or prime minister, also called 'President of Dil ireann') and ministers.
knowallabout.com /a/ai/aireacht.html   (103 words)

  
 ireacht
The Promh ire was upgraded to President of the Republic (ie, full head of state) by a constitutional amendment proposed by Eamon de Valera and adopted by Dil ireann in August 1921.
ireacht: The name of the cabinet or ministry in the Dil Constitution passed by the First Dil of the Irish Republic in January 1919.
Consisted of a Priomh ire (or prime minister, also called 'President of Dil ireann') and ministers.
knowallabout.com /a/ai/aireacht.html   (103 words)

  
 Ireland
The taoiseach (prime minister) is appointed by the president on the nomination of the Dil and must resign if he or she loses the majority support of the Dil.
The parties in the Dil and their respective leaders are Fianna Fil (Bertie Ahern), Fine Gael (John Bruton), Labour (Dick Spring), the Progressive Democrats (Mary Harney), Democratic Left (Proinnsias De Rossa), Sinn Fein (led by Ulsterman Gerry Adams), and the Green party (which has no overall leader).
The national parliament (Oireachtas) consists of the president (an tUachtarn) and two chambers: a house of representatives (Dil ireann) and a senate (Seanad ireann).
homepage.eircom.net /~petecassidy/html/ireland.html   (3639 words)

  
 National legal fundaments in Ireland
(2) The appointment of a person to be the Ombudsman shall be made by the President upon resolution passed by Dil ireann and by Seanad ireann recommending the appointment of the person.
(b) may be removed from office by the President but shall not be removed from office except for stated misbehaviour, incapacity or bankruptcy and then only upon resolutions passed by Dil ireann and by Seanad ireann calling for his removal,
www.omineurope.info /uk/gesetz_ireland_uk.htm   (3126 words)

  
 Project: Ireland
This is composed of a 166-member lower house, or Dil ireann, and a 60-member senate, or Seanad ireann.
The senate may not veto legislation enacted by the Dil and is otherwise restricted in authority.
The members of the Dil are elected for terms of up to five years by proportional representation.
www.bergen.org /AAST/Projects/Countries/Ireland/igov.html   (533 words)

  
 Legal Sites and Resources in Ireland
The database contains the full text of the Official Report of the Parliamentary Debates of the Houses of the Oireachtas Dil ireann and Seanad ireann as published by the Stationery Office in bound volumes.
The Houses of the Oireachtas site provides Parliamentary debates from the Dail and Seanad and also (under Legislative Information) listings of Bills presented in both Houses over the same period.
It includes the Dail Debates from 21 January 1919 (First Dil) to 15 May 1997 (Twenty-Seventh Dil) and the Seanad Debates from 11 December 1922 (First Seanad) to 10 July 1997 (Twentieth Seanad).
www.venables.co.uk /irishsites.htm   (533 words)

  
 Legal Sites and Resources in Ireland
The database contains the full text of the Official Report of the Parliamentary Debates of the Houses of the Oireachtas Dil ireann and Seanad ireann as published by the Stationery Office in bound volumes.
It includes the Dail Debates from 21 January 1919 (First Dil) to 15 May 1997 (Twenty-Seventh Dil) and the Seanad Debates from 11 December 1922 (First Seanad) to 10 July 1997 (Twentieth Seanad).
Senator Feargal Quinn provides a site dedicated to making the Irish Parliamentary Process easy to understand for the ordinary citizen.
www.venables.co.uk /irishsites.htm   (2616 words)

  
 RootsWeb: GENIRE-L Re: MP
Members of Dil ireann are elected by citizens aged 18 years and over.
"Deputy to the Dil"; Members are generally called "TDs" or "Deputies".
The Irish Parliament (Legislature) consists of two Houses, Dil ireann and
archiver.rootsweb.com /th/read/GENIRE/1999-04/0924821217   (74 words)

  
 Sen MacEoin
In 1929 he was elected to Dil ireann as a TD.
While in prison he was elected to Dil ireann in the general election of May 1921.
MacEoin was eventually released from prison after an ultimatum from Eamon de Valera.
www.knowallabout.com /s/se/sean_maceoin.html   (194 words)

  
 Rolling-Stock trading the Irish Stock Exchange
Dil ireann - Volume 98 - 25 October, 1945 - Private Deputies'...
Dil ireann - Volume 94 - 21 September, 1944 - Transport (No. 2...
Live Stock Exchange is organized at National City...
www.nebadawn.net /world-stock-exchanges/Rolling-Stock-trading-the-Irish-Stock-Exchange.php   (3600 words)

  
 Ray Burke
Senior Fianna Fil politician in Ireland and member of Dil ireann, Raphael Burke served as a Minister in the Governments of Charles J. Haughey and Bertie Ahern.
He resigned from government and from Dil ireann in 1997, amid allegations of corruption involving property developers.
In an interim report of the subsequent Flood Tribunal he was unambiguously judged by Flood to be "corrupt".
knowallabout.com /r/ra/ray_burke.html   (102 words)

  
 Patrick Hillery
Under Article 13.2.2., where a Taoiseach in such circumstances requests a parliamentary dissolution, the President may "in his absolute discretion" refuse that request, forcing the Taoiseach back to the only other option, resignation.
FitzGerald travelled to ras an Uachtarin to ask for a parliamentary dissolution, something which under Article 13.2.2.
Under Article 28.10 of the Irish Constitution, a Taoiseach who has "ceased to retain the support of a majority in Dil ireann" (eg, defeat in a budget or loss of confidence) must either (i) resign, or (ii) seek a parliamentary dissolution.
www.knowallabout.com /p/pa/patrick_hillery.html   (2309 words)

  
 Brian Lenihan
In his absence he was re-elected to the Dil in the snap 1989 general election, after which, though retaining the post of Tnaiste he was moved to the physically less demanding post of Minister of Defence.
Lenihan contested his first general election, unsuccessfully, in 1954 and was appointed to Seanad ireann in 1957 by Taoiseach Eamon de Valera.
In the 1997 general election another son, Conor, was elected to Dil ireann.
www.knowallabout.com /b/br/brian_lenihan.html   (2630 words)

  
 ireacht
ireacht : The name of the cabinet or ministry in the Dil Constitution passed by the First Dil of the Irish Republic in January 1919.
The Promh ire was upgraded to President of the Republic (ie, full head of state) by a constitutional amendment proposed by Eamon de Valera and adopted by Dil ireann in August 1921.
The ireacht and the entire republican system of government was replaced by the Irish Free State in 1922.
www.enlightenweb.net /a/ai/aireacht.html   (2630 words)

  
 dáil éireann: information from answers.com
Dáil Éireann ( dôl a ' rôn, dil âr ' ?n) [Irish,=diet of Ireland], the popularrepresentative body of the Oireachtas, or National Parliament, of the.
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www.1find.net /d_il_ireann_information_from_answers_com   (2630 words)

  
 Taoiseach Online Research :: Information about Taoiseach
The Taoiseach is appointed by the President of Ireland upon the nomination of Dil ireann (the lower house of parliament), and must, while he or she remains in office, enjoy the confidence of the Dáil.
The modern position of Taoiseach was established by the 1937 Constitution of Ireland, to replace the position of President of the Executive Council of the Irish Free State of the 1922-1937 Irish Free State.
Under the Constitution of Ireland the Taoiseach must be appointed from among the members of Dáil Éireann.
in-northcarolina.com /search/Taoiseach.html   (1201 words)

  
 The Hutchinson Dictionary of World History: Republic of Ireland@ HighBeam Research
The 1937 constitution provides for a president, elected by universal suffrage for a seven-year term, and a two-chamber national parliament, consisting of a senate, Seanad ireann, and a house of representatives, Dil ireann, both serving five-year terms.
The senate has 60 members, 11 nominated by the prime minister...
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1P1:67714736&refid=ip_almanac_hf   (178 words)

  
 Project: Ireland
The president of Ireland is the head of state and is elected by direct popular vote for a 7-year term.
This official is nominated by the lower house and appointed by the president.
This is composed of a 166-member lower house, or Dil ireann, and a 60-member senate, or Seanad ireann.
www.bergen.org /AAST/Projects/Countries/Ireland/igov.html   (533 words)

  
 Independence houses - information and resources
The Houses of the Oireachtas Dil ireann and Seanad ireann
Home is where the hearth is, or where they send the bills.
www.kreisels.com /real-estate/independence-houses.htm   (735 words)

  
 The Hutchinson Dictionary of World History: Republic of Ireland@ HighBeam Research
The 1937 constitution provides for a president, elected by universal suffrage for a seven-year term, and a two-chamber national parliament, consisting of a senate, Seanad ireann, and a house of representatives, Dil ireann, both serving five-year terms.
The senate has 60 members, 11 nominated by the prime minister...
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1P1:67714736&refid=ip_almanac_hf   (178 words)

  
 Liam Cosgrave
It suffered the its first electoral defeat, when its odds on favourite in the June 1973 presidential election, Tom Higgins, was surprisingly defeated by the Fianna Fil candidate, Erskine Hamilton Childers, who became President of Ireland.
The son of W.T. Cosgrave (who served as the first President of the Executive Council (prime minister) from 1922-1932), Liam Cosgrave entered Irish politics, becoming a TD in Dil ireann in 1944, when his father retired.
Cosgrave's determination to support government anti-territorist legislation in votes in the Dil in the face of outright opposition from his party, almost cost him his leadership.
www.knowallabout.com /l/li/liam_cosgrave.html   (745 words)

  
 The Hutchinson Dictionary of World History: Republic of Ireland@ HighBeam Research
It is bounded to the east by the Irish Sea, south and west by the Atlantic Ocean, and northeast by Northern Ireland.
The 1937 constitution provides for a president, elected by universal suffrage for a seven-year term, and a two-chamber national parliament, consisting of a senate, Seanad ireann, and a house of representatives, Dil ireann, both serving five-year terms.
Country occupying the main part of the island of Ireland, in northwest Europe.
www.highbeam.com /doc/1P1:67714736/Republic+of+Ireland.html?refid=ip_hf   (191 words)

  
 Irish Parliament, Dublin (1)
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 Oireachtas ireann
Oireachtas ireann (pronounced 'or-och-tas air-inn') is the collective parliamentary name given to the President of Ireland and both houses of Parliament, Dil ireann and Seanad ireann.
knowallabout.com /o/oi/oireachtas_eireann.html   (120 words)

  
 Albert Reynolds
Albert Reynolds, Irish politician was the eighth Taoiseach of the Republic of Ireland from 1992 to 1994 and the fifth leader of Fianna Fil.
Albert Reynolds was born on 3 November 1932 in County Roscommon.
Reynolds retired from Dil ireann in the 2002 general election.
www.enlightenweb.net /a/al/albert_reynolds.html   (120 words)

  
 ECMI . Minority Ombudspersons : collection of materials
By the President with the approval of Assembly for five years, may be re-elected (art.
by the President upon resolution passed by Dil and Seanad ireann for 6 years, may be re-appointed (art.
Proposed by the President and approved by three-fifths of Parliament.
www.ecmi.de /doc/ombudsman/collection_framework.html   (1887 words)

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