Wednesday 26 November 2014

Blog: The referendum counts as they happened

Published 04/10/2013 | 16:32

Taoiseach Enda Kenny at Dublin Castle as the Irish Government has suffered an embarrassing defeat in a referendum to abolish the country's upper house of parliament, with 51.7% of the public voting against it. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday October 5, 2013. See PA story IRISH Referendum. Photo credit should read: Niall Carson/PA Wire
Taoiseach Enda Kenny says the government has suffered an embarrassing defeat
Taoiseach Enda Kenny at Dublin Castle after 51.7% of the public voting against the proposed referendum.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny (left) and Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore speaking at the Global Irish Economic forum at Dublin Castle as the government has suffers an embarrassing defeat in a referendum to abolish the Seanad
Micheal Martin looks pleased this evening at the result of the Seanad referendum (inset)
Michael McDowell speaking to the media at Dublin Castle
Senator David Norris at the Dublin Castle count centre
Michael McDowell speaks to the media
Senator David Norris and Senator Fidelma Healy Eames at the Dublin Castle count centre
Counting of votes in the referendums on the future of the Seanad and the establishment of a new Court of Appeal is under way at the RDS in Dublin
Sinn Fein TD Dessie Ellis talks on the phone as counting of votes continues at the RDS
Ballot boxes as counting of votes in the referendums on the future of the Seanad and the establishment of a new Court of Appeal is under way at the RDS
Fianna Fail TD Niall Collins speaking to the media at Dublin Castle as counting of votes in the referendums on the future of the Seanad and the establishment of a new Court of Appeal is under way
Counting of votes in the referendums on the future of the Seanad and the establishment of a new Court of Appeal at the RDS
Richard Bruton TD at the Count in the RDS
Counting of votes in the referendums on the future of the Seanad and the establishment of a new Court of Appeal at the RDS
Fine Gael's Richard Bruton is seen as counting of votes in the referendums on the future of the Seanad and the establishment of a new Court of Appeal is getting under way at the RDS in Dublin this morning
Fine Gael's Richard Bruton is seen as counting of votes in the referendums on the future of the Seanad and the establishment of a new Court of Appeal is getting under way at the RDS in Dublin this morning
The Count in the RDS Dublin
The Count in the RDS Dublin
The Count in the RDS Dublin
Richard Bruton TD at the Count in the RDS
Fine Gael's Richard Bruton is seen as counting of votes in the referendums on the future of the Seanad and the establishment of a new Court of Appeal is getting under way at the RDS in Dublin

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