Worth a read, for the summary of Yes and No positions at the very least (and that's at the beginning). Rather like what the old Referendum Commission used to do.

http://www.oireachtas.ie/parliament/...0-May-2012.pdf

Also contains a good explanation of what the Treaty articles do - these are not a translation into layman's terms, though.

Opinions and comments from:

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Michael Link, Minister of State at the Federal Foreign Office of Germany
H. E. Javier Garrigues, Ambassador of Spain
H. E. Dr. Eckhard Lübkemeier, Ambassador of Germany
H. E. Emmanuelle d'Achon, Ambassador of France
Delegation from the Swedish Riksdag
H. E. Dr Tomas Kafka, Ambassador of the Czech Republic
H. E. Diana Zagourianou-Prifti, Ambassador of Greece
H. E. Marcin Nawrot, Ambassador of Poland
H. E. Niels Pultz, Ambassador of Denmark
Paul Murphy, MEP for Dublin
Nessa Childers, MEP for Ireland East
Marian Harkin, MEP for Ireland North-West
Phil Prendergast, MEP for Ireland South
William Cash MP, Chairman of the European Scrutiny Committee of the House of Commons
Sharon Bowles, MEP for South-East England and Chair of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee of the European Parliament
Lord Lyndon Harrison, Chair of the House of Lords Sub-Committee on Economic and Financial Affairs, and International Trade
Jonas Sjöstedt MP, Swedish Left Party
cordially,
Scofflaw