What are you being asked to decide on?
On 8 March 2024, Irish citizens will be asked to vote in two referendums to change our Constitution.
The first Referendum concerns the concept of Family in the Constitution
The second Referendum proposes to delete an existing part of the Constitution and insert new text providing recognition for care provided by family members to each other.
You have two separate votes on whether you wish to make the proposed changes to the current text of Article 41 of the Constitution.
Learn more about An Coimisiún Toghcháin, Ireland’s independent electoral commission, and our wider work on the Electoral Commission website.