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During the period of the Irish Free State to , the governor-general had been installed into office as the representative of the Crown in a low-key ceremony, twice in Leinster House the seat of the Oireachtas , but in the case of the last governor-general, Domhnall Ua Buachalla , in his brother's drawing room.
By contrast, the Constitution of Ireland adopted in requires the president's oath of office be taken in public.
Under the Constitution, in assuming office the president must subscribe to a formal declaration, made publicly and in the presence of members of both Houses of the Oireachtas, judges of the Supreme Court and the High Court , and other "public personages".
The declaration is specified in Article To date every president has subscribed to the declaration in Irish. Erskine H. Childers , who never learnt Irish and spoke with a distinctive Oxbridge accent that made pronouncing Irish quite difficult, opted with some reluctance for the Irish version in Pictures of the event show Childers reading from an exceptionally large board where it had been written down phonetically for him.
At his second inauguration in , Michael D. Higgins first made the declaration in Irish, then repeated it in English.
Having taken the Declaration of Office, the new president traditionally delivers an address to the guests. Constitutionally all addresses or messages to 'the Nation' or to 'the Oireachtas' are supposed to have prior government approval.
Some lawyers have questioned whether the speech at the inauguration should fall into the category requiring government approval. However, as it is impractical to get approval given that the new president is only president for a matter of moments before delivering the speech and so has not had a time to submit it, any constitutional questions as to its status are ignored.
Inauguration Day involves a lot of ritual and ceremonial. Until the morning saw the president-elect, accompanied by his spouse, escorted by the Presidential Motorcycle Escort to one of Dublin's cathedrals.
In the s instead of separate denominational ceremonies a single ecumenical multi-faith service was held in the cathedral of the faith of the president-elect.
In , to reduce the costs of the day in a period of economic retrenchment, the separate religious blessing ceremony was incorporated into the inauguration ceremony itself, with the president-elect blessed by representatives of the Roman Catholic Church, the Church of Ireland, the Presbyterian Church, Methodism, the Society of Friends, and the Jewish and Islamic faiths.
This inter-faith service has featured in the inaugurations since Since , a representative from the Humanist Association of Ireland , representing humanism and the non-religious population of Ireland, has appeared alongside ministers of a religion.
For the first inauguration in President-elect Douglas Hyde wore a morning suit , with black silk top hat. Morning suits continued to be a standard feature of Irish presidential inaugurations until when Mary McAleese , whose husband disliked wearing formal suits, abolished their use for inaugurations and for all other presidential ceremonial.
From then, guests were required to wear plain business suits , and judges were prohibited from wearing their distinctive wigs and gowns. Ambassadors were also discouraged from wearing national dress.
The president-elect unless they are already a serving president, in which case they will already be living in the presidential residence are usually driven to the inauguration from their private home.
That evening, the Irish government hosts a reception in their honour in the State Apartments the former Royal Apartments in Dublin Castle.
Whereas the dress code was formerly white tie affair, it is now more usually black tie. The president can be removed from office in two ways, neither of which has ever been invoked.
The Supreme Court, in a sitting of at least five judges, may find the president "permanently incapacitated",  while the Oireachtas may remove the president for "stated misbehaviour".
The other house will then either investigate the stated charges or commission a body to do so; following which at least two-thirds of members must agree both that the president is guilty and that the charges warrant removal.
As head of state of Ireland, the president receives the highest level of protection in the state. At all times the president travels with an armed security detail in Ireland and overseas, which is provided by the Special Detective Unit SDU , an elite wing of the Irish police force.
Protection is increased if there is a known threat. The Presidential Limousine is dark navy blue and carries the presidential standard on the left front wing and the tricolour on the right front wing.
When travelling the presidential limousine is always accompanied by support cars normally BMW 5 Series , Audi A6 and Volvo S60 driven by trained drivers from the SDU and several Garda motorcycle outriders from the Garda Traffic Corps which form a protective convoy around the car.
The president-elect is usually escorted to and from the ceremony by the Presidential Motorcycle Escort ceremonial outriders.
Until they were a cavalry mounted escort, wearing light blue hussar-style uniforms. However to save money the first Inter-Party Government replaced the Irish horses by Japanese motorbikes, which the then Minister for Defence believed would be "much more impressive.
The use of the state carriage was highly popular with crowds. However an accident with a later presidential carriage at the Royal Dublin Society Horse show led to the abolition of the carriage and its replacement by a Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith in The distinctive Rolls-Royce is still used to bring the president to and from the inauguration today.
The office of president was established in , in part as a replacement for the office of governor-general that existed during the —37 Irish Free State.
The seven-year term of office of the president was inspired by that of the presidents of Weimar Germany. However, these fears were not borne out as successive presidents played a limited, largely apolitical role in national affairs.
During the period of to it was unclear whether the Irish head of state was actually the president of Ireland or George VI , the king of Ireland.
This period of confusion ended in when the state was declared to be a republic.