Meanwhile, the Irish Council for Civil Liberties called for the law to allow for abortions after rape or incest.
What does ICCL stand for?
ICCL stands for Irish Council for Civil Liberties
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- Idaho Capital City Kennel Club
- International Consortium of Certified Knowledge Experts (New York, NY)
- I Couldn't Care Less
- Integrated Communications Cap Lamp (mining)
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- International Center for Christian Leadership (Ukraine)
- International Council of Cruise Lines
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- International Committee on Christian Literature for Africa (UK)
- International Civil and Commercial Law Centre (Tokyo, Japan)
- International College of Chinese Language and Culture (Hunan Normal University; China)
- International Center on Child Labor and Education
- Irish Cultural Centre of Long Island
- International Center for Comparative Law and Politics (Japan)
- International Centre for Criminal Law Reform (Vancouver, BC Canada)
- International Company and Commercial Law Review (Sweet & Maxwell)
- International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy
- Interdisciplinary Centre for Cognitive Language Studies (Munich, Germany)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Irish Council For Civil Liberties said the UN Human Rights Committee called for the court to be scrapped 10 years ago.
Rights group Liberty and its Irish counterparts, British Irish Rights Watch and the Irish Council for Civil Liberties, said Britain set up an eavesdropping facility at Capenhurst that intercepted much of the telephone, fax and e-mail traffic between Britain and Ireland in the 1990s.
But the new laws were last night slammed as "lax" by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties.
But the Irish Council for Civil Liberties said the increased use of the Special Criminal Court would undermine the trial by jury process.
Speaking at the Irish Council for Civil Liberties conference in yesterday, Marie said everyone involved in the incident must be interviewed.
The Irish Council for Civil Liberties claimed the proposals on parliamentary inquiries would mean a shift in power from the courts to the Oireachtas.
Malachy Murphy of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties said they were totally opposed to the Bill.