Campaigners are pushing for a referendum after the Citizens' Assembly voted for Irish women to be given the right to legal abortions.
64% voted that there should be no restriction on women having a termination.
Of those who backed the proposal almost half said it should be available up to 12 weeks of pregnancy.
Another vote showed that 72% felt poverty is a reason to allow a woman to have an abortion.
89% voted for Irish woman to have a termination in cases of foetal abnormality likely to result in death before or after birth.
72% said there should be no distinction made between mental and physical health when it comes to abortion rights.
The responsibility now passes to the government to decide to hold a referendum.
The National Women's Council of Ireland is welcoming the abortion recommendations. But the Pro Life Campaign says it could result in abortion on demand.
A report will now be prepared for the Oireachtas. A member of the special Oireachtas committee on abortion says the issue can't be 'kicked down the road', and needs to be dealt with.
The group's recommendations will be handed to the Oireachtas by the end of June, and then it'll be up to the all-party committee to consider it and propose legislative changes ahead of any possible referendum.