Thursday February 20, 2020

Referendum on ‘women in home’ clause on track for October

The government is close to finalising the preparatory work for the vote to reform or remove article 41.2 which deals with the role and rights of women

27th May, 2018

A referendum to remove the reference in the Constitution to a woman’s place being in the home is on course to take place in October.

The government is close to finalising the preparatory work for the vote to reform or remove article 41.2 which deals with the role and rights of women.

It states: “In particular, the state recognises that by her life within the home, woman gives to the state a support without...

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