The Irish Constitution

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The Irish Constitution - Bunreacht na hÉireann

The Irish people voted in the Constitution of Ireland in 1937. The constitution is still used today. It sets out the rights of Irish citizens. It also states that Irish people have the right to govern themselves and to make their own laws. The constitution can be changed but only if a referendum is held and if a majority of people agree to make these changes.