Students at UCD will be going to the polls over the next two days to vote in an impeachment referendum.
Student Union president Katie Ascough is facing the vote after information regarding access to abortion was removed from a student guide. Katie, who's pro-life, claims she took out the information after legal advice.
University Observer Editor Aoife Hardesty says people weren't happy with the decision. "There are people who believe that that decision was made due to her personal belief".
"Some feel she is unable to separate her personal belief from her position", she explained.
Katie Ascough says she believes she shouldn't be impeached for "following the law."
Students at the university are going to the polls over the next two days to vote in an impeachment referendum.
The UCD Student Union President doesn't think she was given a fair chance.
She explained that "Some students have been calling for my impeachment from day one".
"In fact, five minutes after my election was announced some students were calling for my impeachment online".
"Some of those exact same students are now actually leading the impeachment campaign against me now", she said.