With results from 13 out of 43 constituencies in, 57.1% of voters in the Irish referendum have voted in favour of the EU fiscal treaty. Turnout is around 50%.
Ireland has given a resounding endorsement to tough new budget controls under the European fiscal treaty - but it was a reluctant yes.
Voter turnout in Ireland's referendum on the European fiscal treaty has been reported as low across the country.
Irish voters go to the polls today to embrace or reject an EU treaty designed to enforce economic discipline among member states