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The government has indicated that it will amend domestic law in response to a Supreme Court ruling on obstacles to the ratification of the EU–Canada Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA), rather than holding a constitutional referendum. The Supreme Court ruled on Friday that the propos

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Ireland cannot ratify the EU–Canada Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) unless changes are made to the legislation governing arbitration, the Supreme Court has ruled. The constitutional challenge to the trade deal was brought by Green Party TD Patrick Costello, who claimed that CETA

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The Supreme Court has allowed a leapfrog appeal from the High Court in a constitutional challenge to the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) made between the EU and Canada. The challenge has been brought by Mr Patrick Costello, a Green Party TD, who claims that CETA would adversely affect

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Experts in international trade and investment, EU external relations and Irish constitutional law will examine the legal and policy issues at stake in Ireland's ratification of the controversial CETA trade deal at an event later this month. The online seminar hosted by Maynooth University Department

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