Possibly, identity is not coincidental with the person. A person may have several âidentitiesâ?. Some commentators deny that âidentity theftâ? is possible. In their view, what happens is the deception of a person or persons other than the person whose âidentityâ? was stolen.
In Ireland, we have difficulty understanding broad concepts, or so it seems. Currently, the Irish Times (one, at least, of its âopinion columnistsâ?) and the Sunday Business Post (the editorial) are citing the principle of democracy to accord respect (and, possibly, equality with the Irish referendum verdict) to the âviewsâ? of other EU member states on the Lisbon Treaty. The Government itself (the Taoiseach) defends Mr. Sarkozyâs ârightâ? to express his reaction to the rejection of the Lisbon Treaty by […]
Hmm. Is there a gap? How should one prove the ââ¦declaration, decision,â¦â? etc. of which the judge will take judicial notice? Where is the authoritative copy available? Are all copies authoritative?
At time of writing, no reply has been received from Hans-Gert Pottering, the President of the EU Parliament to the letter McGarr Solicitors sent to him.
Three Motions are (or were) before the High Court. One, that of the Irish Human Rights Commission, was promptly decided by the judge in favour of the IHRC. The IRHC is now a “party” to the proceedings as “amicus curiae”.
n 1984 President Ronald Reagan visited Ireland. There were public protests and demonstrations at his visit. He stayed for a time in the residence of the US ambassador in the Phoenix Park. A number of women took up position in a grassy area across the road from the entrance to the ambassador’s residence with the apparent intention of signaling their protest to President Reagan as he entered and left. He never saw them.
Ireland has previously cast a veto (in the EU Council of Ministers) and it was denied that it had that effect.