Lisbon Treaty 2009
Referendum on the Twenty-Eighth Amendment of the Constitution (Treaty of Lisbon) Bill 2009
A referendum on a proposal to amend the Constitution to allow Ireland to ratify the Lisbon Treaty was held again on 2 October 2009.
A similar question as was asked in June 2008 was asked: Do you want Ireland to ratify the Lisbon Treaty?
The Lisbon Treaty itself had not been changed since 2008. However, some decisions had been made since the June 2008 referendum which changed the legal and political context in which this referendum was being held.
The proposal was approved by the people. For further information about the votes cast, see - http://www.environ.ie/en/LocalGovernment/Voting/Referenda/PublicationsDocuments/FileDownLoad,1894,en.pdf
For the Lisbon Treaty 2009 referendum information campaign the Referendum Commission developed a dedicated website LisbonTreaty2009.ie.
You can read the report of the Referendum Commission online.