Any Other Business: Drafting the Constitution was child's play next to this

The Great Enda was in flying form at the launch of Gerard Hogan's book, The Origins of the Irish Constitution 1928-1941, at the Royal Irish Academy last Wednesday.

15th September, 2012
Enda Kenny: an iron Constitution. Photo: Maura Hickey

The Great Enda was in flying form at the launch of Gerard Hogan's book, The Origins of the Irish Constitution 1928-1941, at the Royal Irish Academy last Wednesday.

He paid tribute to the drafters of the Constitution, pointing out that from the day of the first briefing of officials to the publication of the draft was only two years. "This," he said, "was down to the hard work and commitment of our public servants."

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