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The 2004 National Monuments Act:

  • Allows the Minister to order the destruction of national minuments.
  • Abolished state organisation Duchas.
  • Overrides all heritage legislation since the 1920s.

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The Irish Constitution

Affords the following protections:

  • Cras interdum sollicitudin ante.
  • Cum sociis natoque penatibus.
  • Nulla eget leo.
  • Cum sociis natoque penatibus et.
  • et magnis dis parturient montes.
  • lorem non elementum consequat

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Irish Heritage and Resources: Constitutional Rights

The Irish landscape and its history is protected by natural law.

This section shows how the Constitution enshrines the right to our heritage and national resources, and how lawmakers in the recent past have exploited both for the profit of developers and multinationals.

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Tara

and the Constitution.

The legal aspect 
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Rossport

and the Constitution

could a legal challenge be made? 
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National Monuments Act 2004.

One of the most momentous legislative acts in our history,

and its implications.

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Tara - its political significance.

Tara is central to Irish political, social and religious life.
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Tara and the "fait accompli"

There has never been a  "balance" between economy    and heritage...

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