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Frances Fitzgerald (top) and Jan O’Sullivan (above)

“Obviously I would be concerned and people reading the accounts will be concerned for the woman and the baby involved. Clearly we passed legislation earlier in the year and will continue to monitor legislation and see how it is being implemented.”

Frances Fitzgerald, Justice Minister

“It’s very difficult case and everyone is concerned for the woman the baby…this is best possible legislation that could be introduced. It isn’t possible to deal with broader issues under terms of constitution and realistically, there isn’t going to be referendum in the lifetime of the Government”.

Jan O’Sullivan, Education Minister

Case in Which Abortion Was Denied Reignites Controversy Over Irish Law (Douglas Dalby, New York Times)

(Leon Farrell, Laura Hutton/Photocall ireland)

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32 thoughts on “Sisters

  1. ahjayzis

    “Clearly we passed legislation earlier in the year”

    Are we totally sure though?

    “Clearly I’m Frances and absolutely, I’m a woman and transparently, I took a dump before work this morning and then decisively, I took a shower – all while fulsomely, fulsomely, saying nothing at all”

    1. Llareggub

      She’s clearly and obviously using all the buzz words she learned at the Buzzword summer camp. She’s also ferry concerned, you can tell by her expression.

      1. ahjayzis

        Bingo.

        “Slide 14: Here are some words that end in -ly. Use these in any combination of random letters or historical events and all the peasantry will hear is ‘dynamic and reforming warrior for democracy’ while you talk absolute horseshit, keep the place barely ticking over until you’ve blown away that pesky electoral mandate all the way to pension day.

        Slide 15: Talking down the clock….”

  2. epson aculaser c100

    “It’s very difficult case and everyone is concerned for the woman the baby…this is best possible legislation that could be introduced. It isn’t possible to deal with broader issues under terms of constitution and realistically, the Government don’t want to touch this with a f**kn’ barge pole”

    Jan O’Sullivan, Education Minister.

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