Attorney General Máire Whelan is reportedly to advise the government sooner rather than later on whether the new fiscal treaty will require a referendum in order to be ratified. Failure by the government to follow the advice of an Attorney General (AG) in this regard would be unthinkable - and would also normally be regarded as a resigning matter for the AG.
However, this does not necessarily mean that Whelan will decide whether...
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