The Taoiseach has confirmed an abortion referendum on the 8th amendment will take place in May or June next year.
Leo Varadkar told the Dáil the Government plans to hold a total of seven referendums between now and the summer of 2019.
However, they're being warned not to hold too many polls over the next two years in case important issues are overshadowed.
In October 2018, three issues will be addressed - blasphemy, women in the home and directly elected mayors.
While in 2019 it's planned to ask voters about liberalising Ireland's divorce laws, extending the vote to citizens abroad in presidential elections and lowering the voting age to 16.
This will be on the same day as the local elections.