Colivet, Michael P.

Friday, 16 December 1921

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. T No. 4

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It will facilitate matters if as many members as possible will hand in their names.More Button

He is speaking on the main line of the Treaty and we will be getting confused—now on the genesis of the Treaty and then on the Treaty itself. If this is to continue we will be here for a fortnight.More Button

I propose that tomorrow's session be private and that tonight the President and members of the Cabinet issue a statement to the press pointing out that as we waited for seven centuries that we can wa...More Button

I am willing to omit from my motion reference to the private session. Let the manifesto stand.More Button

I move the first motion separately that tomorrow's session begin at 11 a.m. and be private.More Button

Is the issue of the joint manifesto agreed to?More Button

I take it that the Cabinet will do that.More Button


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