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Campaign launched for early release of 1926 Irish census

Alobby group representing Irish family history associations and societies has launched an online petition calling on the Government of Ireland to honour the commitment given in the 2011 Programme for Government to release the 1926 Census of Ireland. The Council of Irish Genealogical Organisations (CIGO), which also has affiliate members in all major Irish diaspora nations, launched the campaign on 6 December, a date with two historical associations for Ireland: on 6 December 1921 the Anglo-Irish Treaty was signed and exactly one year later the Irish Free State was established.

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