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From TheJournal.ie Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan to seek Cabinet approval for new divorce bill Divorceref

Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan to seek Cabinet approval for new divorce bill

The minister is also expected to ask Cabinet to approve the publication of the Blasphemy BIll 2019.

From TheJournal.ie Your complete guide to TheJournal.ie's election and referendum coverage this weekend Count On Us

Your complete guide to TheJournal.ie's election and referendum coverage this weekend

We’ll keep you covered as counts take place on Saturday and Sunday.

From TheJournal.ie It's polling day: Here's your guide to voting in today's elections, referendum and plebiscites A Nation Decides

It's polling day: Here's your guide to voting in today's elections, referendum and plebiscites

Ireland goes to the polls on four different issues between 7am and 10pm today.

From TheJournal.ie Divorce in numbers: How do divorce rates in Ireland compare to those in Europe and elsewhere? Uncoupling

Divorce in numbers: How do divorce rates in Ireland compare to those in Europe and elsewhere?

Ireland is set to vote this Friday on whether or not the wait period for couples seeking a divorce should be reduced.

From TheJournal.ie The Big Day of Voting: Today's your last chance to make sure you're registered to vote on May 24 Vote Vote Vote

The Big Day of Voting: Today's your last chance to make sure you're registered to vote on May 24

There’s two elections, a referendum… and plebiscites in certain areas.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Should the four-year time period for divorce be reduced? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should the four-year time period for divorce be reduced?

Under the current system, married couples need to have lived apart for at least four years during the previous five years.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: Is it time to fully remove divorce from the Irish constitution? Opinion

Opinion: Is it time to fully remove divorce from the Irish constitution?

The government is proposing a referendum to reduce the time period for divorce but other constitutional restrictions will still apply, writes David Kenny.