‘Uniting Ireland and its People in Peace and Prosperity’



The Joint Committee on the Implementation of the Good Friday Agreement in its work programme approved by the Dublin parliament appointed Senator Mark Daly (pictured) as rapporteur to compile a report on the effect of Brexit on Ireland, what Ireland should seek to have in the final agreement, particularly in the event of the people of the Six Counties voting for a united Ireland and what Ireland needs to do in order to peacefully achieve its constitutional obligation, as described by Attorney General Brady (2002-07), of a united Ireland. The following is the abridged introduction to the report and a summary of its recommendations.


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