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# oath - Friday 25 May, 2018

Seeing bibles at polling stations? There's a reason for that

It’s not there to try to sway your vote.

# oath - Monday 29 July, 2013

Poll: Should religious references be removed from constitutional oaths? Your Say This post contains a poll

Tánaiste will swear oath ‘in the presence of Almighty God’ despite being agnostic

Eamon Gilmore will take the oath required of all members of the Council of State today despite being agnostic and lobbying from Atheist Ireland.

# oath - Thursday 4 July, 2013

PICS: 4,500 become Irish citizens in giant ceremony Oath This post contains images

PICS: 4,500 become Irish citizens in giant ceremony

Around 4,500 people received their certificate of naturalisation at the Convention Centre today.

# oath - Wednesday 19 June, 2013

Girl Guides in Britain scrap oath to God (but keep the queen)

From September, girl guides will pledge to “be true to myself and develop my beliefs” rather than “to love my God”.

# oath - Monday 30 April, 2012

Suu Kyi to attend Burmese parliament after oath dispute resolved

The head of the Burmese opposition will lead party colleagues to the parliament on Wednesday after a dispute over a legislative oath was resolved.

# oath - Sunday 10 October, 2010

Israel brings in loyalty oath

New law enacted amid “whiff of fascism” comments from within Israeli cabinet.