Reverse discrimination occurs when Ireland gives their own citizens a treatment that is less favourable than the treatment Ireland gives to other Union citizens, provided for in EC law. Inferior treatment of Irish Nationals by the Irish state. This reverse discrimination has only recently been introduced into Ireland by bad Irish policy and procedure.
The EU rights that are denied to Irish Citizens and their family by this discrimination include rights to visa free travel and rights to family reunification.
Other EU states avoided such discrimination when they transposed the EU directive on free movement by clarifying that their own citizens family, may claim EU privileges if more favourable than existing National rights.
Ireland has chosen not to give their own citizens these equal rights, and have not given a proper explanation or justification why.
The Irish Justice administration have implemented reverse discrimination against Irish in Ireland.