Belton, Patrick

Tuesday, 2 August 1927

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 20 No. 17

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I rise to oppose this Bill.More Button

I oppose the Bill and I oppose the section too. I endorse the remarks made by the last speaker, particularly with reference to the Front Bench. He made a slight mistake when he said that those who d...More Button

I hope so. Perhaps others might go out. I agree with the very clever connection Deputy Johnson has made between the sub-sections of this section and previous sections. I would refer especially to s...More Button

I join with Labour in this, because if an individual citizen has not freedom the industry that I am concerned in will not progress. Certain Deputies speaking for that industry stated that they wanted ...More Button

In sub-section (5) of this section the Bill states: “This section applies to every offence which is declared by the Treasonable Offences Act, 1925, to be treason or a felony or a misdemeanour and to e...More Button

Of course when a civil servant would be cutting across the work that has been done by the present Ministry or its predecessors, he would be cutting across the programme of this Ministry. That is the ...More Button


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