Ирландское правительство «потерпело поражение» на референдуме

Irish voters have rejected proposals to replace references to family composition and a mother’s “domestic duties” in the constitution in a significant defeat for the government. Prime Minister Leo Varadkar presented Friday’s vote, timed to coincide with International Women’s Day and counting on Saturday, as a chance to eliminate some “very old-fashioned, very sexist language about women.”

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