Wednesday May 27, 2020

Referendum on presidency gives new meaning to youth vote

We can send a message to the world if we reduce the age at which you can run for the Áras

16th May, 2015

Harold Wilson was once accused by a political rival of “going around the country stirring up apathy”. It is an exercise currently being replicated by the government, who have decided to hold a referendum on an issue of such marginal significance that even they themselves can barely be bothered to campaign for it.

This is a shame because even though lowering the age of presidential hopefuls is far from being the most important...

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