Irish PM Leo Varadkar, who was encouraging voters to exercise their vote and to #repealthe8th for the betterment of the women in Ireland, said that the approval of abortion reform is a culmination of a quiet revolution in Ireland.
Voting rights for Irish emigrants are restricted to those who have left the country within the past 18 months and there is no postal or online vote.
Even in cases of rape, child sexual abuse and incest, or where fatal foetal abnormalities are present, a woman in Ireland can't access a termination unless her life is at risk.
Yes vote supporters at a Diaspora Downunder Dollars for Choice event in Melbourne.
In an apparent landslide, Ireland votes to overturn abortion ban.
"I'd asked people to keep those children in their thoughts and prayers today, and their mothers and those involved in taking their lives". Becky Ann Leeman said she spotted around 35 young women waiting in the baggage reclaim area at Dublin Airport after travelling from Sydney, Australia.
The campaign is being watched, and sometimes influenced, by anti-abortion groups in the U.S. and elsewhere.
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"The outcome of the referendum is an extremely worrying development for the protection of the unborn child in Northern Ireland", said Jim Wells, a member of Northern Ireland's socially conservative Democratic Unionist Party.
For many opponents, abortion amounts to murder, while others worry Ireland is losing its identity as a Catholic country.
Many health experts and doctors have joined the Yes campaign, but opinions are divided in the profession. This is the removal of a healthy baby in utero. He said that majority reigned among both men and women, nearly all age groups and social classes, and perhaps every constituency in the country.
"As this is a devolved issue, if an amendment is not accepted by the Speaker, then there should at very least be a referendum in Northern Ireland on this issue". The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 1.6 per cent.
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How do laws in Australia compare?In New South Wales, that also includes financial and social stress. Abortion in Ireland is illegal under almost all circumstances, including cases of rape and incest, and carries a potential prison sentence of up to 14 years.
"We revealed a changed Ireland to the world and, more than that, I think we lit a beacon of hope for countries all over the world where people are working toward similar change", she said.
Halappanavar's death has been the rallying cry for the amendment's repeal. The size of the win exceeded expectations and will make it much easier for Irish women to obtain abortions legally for the first time.
Ultimately, there was no abortion.
Lyons, who went to Liverpool for the abortion, allowed the fetus to be used for scientific research.
Helen O'Rahilly referenced the abuse that some women seeking abortions have experienced - as she offered lifts to London airports.
The law was tweaked in 2013 to allow terminations if the mother's life is at risk. Cases after 12 weeks would have to be approved by two doctors.
President Michael D Higgins and his wife Sabina cast their votes in Dublin on Friday morning.
Una Mullally, a prominent campaigner for abortion rights, said the issue was more than just a medical procedure, but was about how women have been oppressed.
But the debate hasn't necessarily been generational. Between 1980 and 2016, more than 170,000 women did so.
"This is a referendum on the right to life".
"I feel safe now, I feel comfortable", she told CNN.
The "No" campaigns stressed the "human rights" of the fetus.