Well, tomorrow is a day which practicing Catholics call Good Friday.
Some ancient dogma stats that good Catholics will not drink alcohol on this day. Fair enough, that's their choice but why should the state enforce this dogma upon the rest of us?
It's not as if we can stock up and have it tomorrow...
But no, the state decides that it will enforce a particular belief on the rest of us because of some rule in a religion.
So is it acceptable that pubs remain closed or has time come to let the people decide what they want to do?
Article 44 is another article which is very much of its time. “The State acknowledges that the homage of public worship is due to almighty God. It shall hold his Name in reverence, and shall respect and honour religion.” The article goes on to guarantee freedom to practice religion, prohibit the State from endowing any particular religion