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Oireachtas

the Parliament of the Republic of Ireland, set up by the 1937 Constitution and comprising the President, a lower house (DAIL EIREANN) and upper house (SEANAD EIREANN).
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The parachute payments are made on the basis the recipient ceases to be an Oireachtas member, and Mr Butler signed a declaration indicating he would not subsequently consent to being nominated to the Seanad.
The report will be circulated to members before going to the Houses of the Oireachtas.
He said, 'I think I would like to reflect again on the question as to whether we should decide whether the Oireachtas and future members of the Oireachtas would be able to do an inquiry like this to the extent that would be warranted and whether it should be considered if whether we should have a future referendum again on that matter.
She has won numerous Prestigious Awards from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Oireachtas, the North American Championships, All-Ireland Championships and The World Championships.
This will allow for partial implementation of a consultant's report and a 'strategic plan' to bring the Oireachtas up to the standard of other parliaments.
Details of all Oireachtas Committees including the biographies of chairpersons, terms of reference and the details of members
A spokeswoman for the Department of Employment and Social Protection added: "The Department maintains the position made by Assistant secretary general at the Department of Social Protection, Tim Duggan at the Oireachtas Committee on Social Protection - we have no further comment to make.
THE taxpayer-funded Oireachtas gym was rarely used by TDs or senators in 2015, we can reveal.
A Labour politician in Ireland has accused members of the Oireachtas banking inquiry of 'utter hypocrisy.
The amendment will give constitutional backing to new abortion laws that have to be enacted by the Oireachtas within 180 days if there is a 'Yes' vote.
At the 2000 Eastern Regional Oireachtas in Philadelphia last November, many dancers, teachers and adjudicators maintained that the steps done by an individual competitor are more complex than those done by the line of dancers in Riverdance or Lord of the Dance.