Hayes, Michael

Wednesday, 30 April 1930

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 34 No. 9

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Order of Business.

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In Committee on Finance. - Vote No. 60. Unemployment Insurance.

It has been done already. It has been taken on External Affairs.More Button

The point is that the Parliamentary Secretary has no statutory authority to pay uncovenanted benefits, and the Deputy cannot, on this Estimate, advocate an amendment of the law and open a discussion o...More Button

Is the Deputy going to make a speech or is this merely an intervention?More Button

The Deputy, I assume, is going to make a speech?More Button

Then we are going to start the discussion on this Vote all over again?More Button

That does not arise under this Vote but under the Vote for External Affairs.More Button

Not now.More Button

Is this about reciprocal arrangements?More Button

The Deputy cannot put any further arguments before the House once the Minister has concluded. The Deputy's purpose is to get the Minister to make a declaration about a particular Court of Referees in...More Button

Certainly not. The Minister has concluded the debate. It was specifically asked if the Minister was concluding the debate. The debate is now concluded.More Button


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