University Constituencies

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University Constituency - Scotland, England, Ireland, Great Britain, United Kingdom
... The University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford were therefore given two seats each from 1603 ... The voters were the graduates of the university, whether they were resident or not, who had the vote for their University in addition to any other vote that they might have ... After the Act of Union 1800 with Ireland, the University of Dublin (Trinity College), which had elected two MPs to the Parliament of Ireland since 1613, was allowed one ...
Dáil Éireann (Irish Free State) - Composition
... While every Irish Government since 1937 has restricted Dáil constituencies to a maximum of five seats, during the Irish Free State there were ... As well as geographical constituencies the Free State also included two university constituencies University of Dublin and the National University of Ireland ... The franchise for the university constituencies was open to all those who had been awarded degrees from either institution ...
Oireachtas Of The Irish Free State - Dáil Éireann - Composition and Elections
... Irish Government since 1937 has restricted Dáil constituencies to a maximum of five seats, during the Irish Free State there were several six, seven and eight seat constituencies ... As well as geographical constituencies two university constituencies University of Dublin and the National University of Ireland ... The franchise for the university constituencies was open to all those who had been awarded degrees from either institution ...
University Constituency - Irish Free State, Republic of Ireland
... Today there are no university constituencies in the Republic's lower house of parliament, Dáil Éireann, but two constituencies are used for elections to ... These are University of Dublin and the National University of Ireland ... electorates consist of the graduates of each university ...

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