Thrift, Prof. William E.

Wednesday, 9 April 1930

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 34 No. 6

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In Committee on Finance. - Local Government (Dublin) Bill, 1929—Committee Stage.

I agree with a great deal of what Deputy Good has stated, but yet I find a difficulty in accepting his final conclusion. I admit right off that whatever arguments are to be brought forward for the in...More Button

It seems to me there is not a very great deal of difference between the opinion expressed by Deputy Good just now and that which I expressed earlier. In fact from the opinions expressed on both sides ...More Button

The difference was as regards administration. You have a perfectly separate and distinct administration until such time as the Minister for Local Government for the time being thinks it desirable to...More Button

My suggestion was that the amendment should be withdrawn. If the amendment is pressed I feel that I must vote against it, because carrying it into effect would clog the machinery.More Button

I am anxious to point out that I do not think that Deputy MacEntee realises the necessity for coming to a decision on that point as to whether the districts covered by the coastal borough are to be br...More Button

Possibly. It depends on counter-balancing advantages.More Button

In connection with this section, I just want to point out to the Minister that as it stands it would probably conflict with an amendment, such as he suggested, when we were discussing Section 2. Does...More Button

I think it would be necessary to delete the following words in line 40, sub-section (1) of Section 25, “and which does not form part of the borough.” Section put and agreed to. Section 26 and 27 agree...More Button

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