Why are we leaving divorce in the Constitution at all?

Why are we leaving divorce in the Constitution at all?
Josepha Madigan, the minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Pic: Fergal Phillips

We’re being asked to remove the minimum living-apart period. But that will leave other provisions on divorce in the Constitution that have no place there at all

Ireland will hold its third referendum on divorce this May.

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