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External Relations Act

The External Relations Act, 1936 was an enactment of Dáil Éireann in 1936 that

The Act was passed in tandem with the Constitution (Amendment No.27) Act which removed the Crown and the governor-generalship from the Irish Free State Constitution. A third Act, the Executive Powers (Consequential Provisions) Act, passed in May 1937, retrospectively abolished both.

The External Relations Act, 1936 was repealed by the Republic of Ireland Act, 1948 which came into force on April 1, 1949.