Diplomatic Relations and Immunities Act, 1967

Consent of Government in certain cases to appointment of Irish citizens to international organisations.

49.—Officials of an international organisation, community or body referred to in this Act or an organisation to which this Part applies serving in the State or persons performing duties in the State assigned to them by any such organisation, community or body shall not be appointed from among persons who are Irish citizens except with the consent of the Government, and the consent may be withdrawn at any time.