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Seanad vote must not end reform drive

There is less than a fortnight to go before the referendum on the future of the Seanad, and there are few signs that the public has switched on to the debate yet.

21st September, 2013

There is less than a fortnight to go before the referendum on the future of the Seanad, and there are few signs that the public has switched on to the debate yet. That is hardly surprising. Voters who have tuned in have seen politicians wrangling about the future of a political institution that few of them have any awareness of, much less regard for.

The government's campaign has been dreadful. It has centred on a...

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