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Sunday Independent Sensible Statement of the Week June 5, 2016

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A rare showing, but credit where credit is due, almost inevitably to Gene Kerrigan:

Enda Kenny was fielding questions on the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution, which limits the ability of the Oireachtas to legislate on abortion.
His new time-wasting idea is to throw the issue to a “citizens’ assembly”.

No one has yet told Enda that we already have a citizens’ assembly: it’s called the Dail.

Any examples of the more usual non-sensible statements from the paper this weekend people want to share?

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1. damonmatthewwise - June 5, 2016

Think he means the usual red carrot .. like the Constitutional Convention.

Set up the members, assign them areas to look up, and create proposals, and then stop or ignore the outcomes, like holding a referendum to abolish thee Seanad, instead of the reform the Constitutional Convention of Citizens came up with!😉 …

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On 5 June 2016 at 12:58, The Cedar Lounge Revolution wrote:

> guestposter posted: “A rare showing, but credit where credit is due, > almost inevitably to Gene Kerrigan: Enda Kenny was fielding questions on > the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution, which limits the ability of the > Oireachtas to legislate on abortion. His new time-wa” >

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