"Further efforts have been made to bring what I see as the 'core issue'
(i.e. unconstitutional legislation
) to the attention of several senior
lawyers and politicians. "
"In addition, a selection of media
organisations and personalities were informed ..."
========= ========= The "core issue" (regarding the destruction
of Tara's ancient heritage sites)by W. Finnerty. Sun Nov 25, 2007
Further efforts have been made to
bring what I see as the "core issue" (i.e. unconstitutional legislation
to the attention of several senior lawyers and politicians.
be seen at the following address, Louise Arbour
(UN High Commissioner for
Human Rights), who was a judge at one time in her life, is among a selection of
people who were informed last Tuesday (20 Nov 2007): http://www.europeancourtofhumanrightswilliamfinnerty.com/ChiefJusti ceMurray/20November2007/Email.htm
addition, a selection of media organisations and personalities were informed
(regarding a different aspect of the same basic problem) last Friday (23 Nov
2007), and Geraldine Kennedy
(Irish Times Editor) heads the list on the
reproduced copy of the e-mail used at: http://www.european
see things there are two main components
to the "unconstitutional
" in question: 1)
The fact that
such legislation can (and obviously is!!) getting signed into law in the first
place - despite the several safeguards which are built into Bunreacht na
(Constitution of the Republic of Ireland) for preventing
The fact that once it has
inexplicably got through the several safeguards, the unconstitutional
legislation in question cannot (in practice) be removed apparently - even though
straightforward procedures and facilities exist (on paper, and on at least one
of the Government's own web sites) for doing so.
rotten in the State of Denmark
" - and VERY
rotten, I would
say. Related Link: http://www.constitutionofireland.
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