Irish Prime Minister: We will make our decision on equal marriage soon
Ireland’s Prime Minister (Taoiseach) has said the cabinet is due to decide by next week its response to the Constitutional Convention’s recommendation on legalising civil equal marriage.
Ahead of a Cabinet meeting this morning, Enda Kenny said ministers had four months to respond to the recommendation and should be in a position to do so this week or next week.
Yesterday, the Chairman of the Constitutional Convention, Tom Arnold, called for greater public awareness of referendums in Ireland – as the public have not always engaged with them.
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