With the No vote winning the referendum, leaked reports from inside government offices, show that plans are already being made to hold a second referendum to abolish the Seanad.
The plans come as it appears the majority of the public have voted the wrong way yet again. They were meant to vote in favour of abolishing it, but it has now been confirmed that the motion to abolish the Seanad has been defeated.
Enda Kenny was about to comment on the issue, until he was told to “stay” and was hit over the head with a rolled up newspaper by an angry German official.
Ireland has a history of voting the wrong way in important referendums, however it has meant that the government has developed efficiencies in repeating the same campaigns , in order to make the people vote the right way.
The final results was No 51.6% to Yes 48.3%. Plans are now expected to be enacted to hold another referendum soon, so that we can get it right the second time.