The Irish Language: Need for constitutional reform?

The Irish Language: Need for constitutional reform?

With the centenary of the Anglo-Irish Treaty later this year, it can be regarded as a fitting time to review provisions for Irish and other languages in our constitution. Both Irish and English are official languages of our country.

The Special Criminal Court Review: A need for change?

The Special Criminal Court Review: A need for change?

The Special Criminal Court has been in operation in Ireland since 1972. On the 16th of February, Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee, announced a three-month review of the Special Criminal Court and all Offences Against the State Acts, which govern the court by an expert review group.