Criticism as Government delays Seanad reform
The Union of Students in Ireland said the Taoiseach’s delay on reforming the Seanad was frustrating and stripped people of their power to be fully represented at Leinster House
The Union of Students in Ireland have said the Taoiseach’s delay on reforming the Seanad was frustrating and stripped people of their power to be fully represented at Leinster House.
Currently, only graduates of Trinity and the National Universities of Ireland are eligible to vote for six of the sixty seats in the Seanad.
Two years ago the Taoiseach proposed to expand the electorate for these six seats from the current 151,000 to...
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