It's been one referendum after another in Ireland — and now the government is adding one more to the docket. On the same day Irish voters take to the polls for the country's next presidential election, slated for this fall, they will also vote on whether to remove a clause in Ireland's Constitution that suggests women should prioritize work inside their homes.
"An ‘Outdated’ Provision in Ireland’s Constitution Describes Women’s Duties in the Home. a Referendum Seeks to Delete It." is from the July 06, 2018 World section of The Washington Post. It was written by Siobhán O'Grady and narrated by Jenny Hoops.