Someone said :
The Government won't release the details of the legislation until after the referendum too prevent bias.. How can you conscientiously vote on something when you have no idea what it's repercussions might be..?
a) where you did you get that from?
b) if they release something, it will be a draft, like they did on Marriage: then the Oireachtas will have the job to amend and vote it. And that will depend on hwo and where the debate goes!
Your "info" sounds like scare mongering, when we do not even have the wording of the referendum:
- Will it simply remove some articles (that were added y the 8th and subsequent Amendements, you cannot simply "remove the 8th"...) that were aimed at equating the "life" of the unborn and the life/choice of the mother;
- Replace existing provisions to clarify things;
- Add new provisions to positively protect women's choices/lives.
Where did you hear about that cover-up conspiration?
There is no way to know what the Dáil will be ready to legislate on, and in what terms. Unless you prefer living in a dictature where you are told word for word what the Parliament will vote after a debate that copied and pasted the will of the leaders.
All points to the legislation will be based on various reports that triggered this referendum. I personally think that there will be some sort of draft published, but I would not be shocked if most of it was finalized afterwards, based on the results and on the actual debate!