Campaigners are ready to launch a vote on whether UCD's student union president should be impeached.
Katie Ascough is a pro-life activist who's been criticised for removing abortion information from a student handbook.
She told the University Times she had concerns about the legality of the details, which included a price list of clinics abroad and a web site that sells abortion pills.
Traditionally, information on how to seek access to a termination has been contained in the handbook.
Students angry at the omission have called for a vote on whether to remove Ms. Ascough from office.
In order to seek a referendum on impeachment, campaigners must collect signatures from 3.5% of the student population.
Assistant Editor of the Unversity Times, Roisin Power, has told 98FM News that campaigners have fulfilled the criteria to call for the vote:
"They already have enough (signatures), they're just hoping to collect a few more. They will then hand (the petition) in to the union's Returning Officer who must then call an election no sooner than two weeks and no later than four."
Katie Ascough was unreachable when contacted by 98FM News for a response.