O'Donovan, Timothy Joseph

Wednesday, 16 November 1932

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 44 No. 14

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Might I repeat a question which I put to the President yesterday with regard to the promise of full derating for the agricultural community. That promise was made before and during the General Electi...More Button

There are some people who never give up promising.More Button

By destruction of their markets.More Button

So they do.More Button

There will be a rude awakening for you that day.More Button

As a Deputy representing an agricultural constituency, I say that I have a right to speak on this motion and I have not got an opportunity of doing so. I enter my emphatic protest against action of t...More Button

There was no chance given me to speak to-day. I claim I have a right to speak as a representative of an agricultural constituency.More Button

I am not disorderly. I am making a protest against the disorderly action of the Minister.More Button

And other speakers?More Button

I protest against the time limit. We want full time to give expression to our opinion. I will not be bound by any time limit.More Button

I have been doing my duty as well as any man on the opposite benches during the last ten years, and I insist upon getting time, to-morrow, to speak on this motion.More Button

I want to get a guarantee that I shall have an opportunity of speaking to-morrow, even for ten minutes.More Button

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