Irish constitutional referendums, 1979
The Sixth Amendment to the constitution provided that orders made by the Adoption Board could not be declared unconstitutional because they were not made by a court.
|Invalid or blank votes||15,517||2.49|
|Registered voters and turnout||2,179,466||28.61|
The Seventh Amendment to the constitution allowed the state to determine by law which institutions of higher education would be entitled to elect members of the Senate.
|Invalid or blank votes||24,562||3.94|
|Registered voters and turnout||2,179,466||28.57|
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- Politics of the Republic of Ireland
- History of the Republic of Ireland
- Amendments to the Constitution of Ireland
- "Referendum Results" (PDF). Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government. Retrieved 14 August 2014.