The second-named applicant was pregnant and sought judicial review of her deportation order on the ground, inter alia, that her unborn child had a legal personality with rights under the Constitution, including the right to be born under Article 2 of the Constitution and that the deportation would infringe the right to life of the unborn in that, inter alia, there was no stable system of antenatal care in the country to which the applicant was to be deported.
|Respondent/Defendant:||Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform|
|Citation/s:|| 1 ILRM 241|
|Judgment Date/s:||06 Jun 2002|
|Keywords:||Deportation, Deportation Order|
A deportation order cannot be prevented solely on the ground that the subject is pregnant.