The Citizens Assembly says Ireland should legislate for abortion in cases where the pregnancy is as a result of rape.
The majority of the citizens also voted that terminations should be available with no restriction as to reasons, up to 12 weeks.
The group has held its final ballot to decide on their recommendations for the Oireachtas on the issue.
Today's ballot asked them to recommend whether terminations should be allowed in 13 different cases - such as rape, physical risk and fatal foetal abnormalities.
The body has decided that terminations should be allowed in the case of serious risk to the health of the mother among a number of other issues.
It will now put together its report for the Government - with a referendum expected to be held as a result of its work.