Monday, July 23, 2012

Public Notices

Someone has been posting up public notices in Dublin. They typically reveal that something this anonymous person does not approve of is not mentioned in the Constitution and so has no legal place in Irish society. First up he informed the Bar (by which I think the legal profession, particularly barristers, are meant) that there are no provisions for them in the Constitution and that they must leave henceforth.
Notice to all members of the BAR

Then it was revealed that income tax is also not mentioned in the Constitution, which means that you do not have to pay it if you do not want to. Notice
I think this may not be a standard interpretation of taxation law in this country. I would urge people to seek the advice of a legal professional before acting on this revelation, but as the legal profession have been sent their marching orders it is hard to know who to turn to.

Most recently this person has posted a public notice stating the text of Article 41.1.1 of the Constitution, which deals with the family. However, the text differs from the actual English-language text of that article.
Public Notice

I await further instructions.

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