McDermot, Frank

Tuesday, 23 May 1933

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 47 No. 13

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Representation in the Dáil.

asked the President whether early steps will be taken to give an opportunity of representation in the Dáil to those hitherto debarred by the Oath of Allegiance.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Establishment of Volunteer Force.

asked the Minister for Defence whether he is aware that active recruiting campaigns are in progress for quasi-military organisations, and whether he will provide means for young men with military tast...More Button

Has that suggestion not been under consideration for a very considerable period? Can the Minister hold out any hope of an early decision?More Button

Order of Business.

Can the Minister give any indication when Private Members' time will be restored?More Button

At the earliest possible moment. (Interruption.)More Button

Public Services (Temporary Economies) Bill, 1933—Committee.

This amendment implies the principle that even if the economic war is still in continuance on March 31st, 1934, those cuts should cease to operate and ought not to be continued. That is not a princip...More Button

May I interrupt the Deputy? I do not know if I heard him correctly, but I understood him to say that the Centre Party was opposing the Economies Bill. That, of course, is not the case.More Button

On a point of order——More Button

I respectfully submit to you, sir, that this is irrelevant to the amendment.More Button

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