Bennett, George Cecil

Tuesday, 9 July 1935

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 58 No. 1

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Imposition of Duties (Confirmation of Orders) Bill, 1935. - Allocation of Time Motion.

Yes, in which the Minister for Industry and Commerce took part himself.More Button

The Ministry have accused us of being obstructive and have expressed a desire to facilitate us in the passing of legislation in a speedy manner. This motion is a confession that the Government are in...More Button

I did not interrupt the Parliamentary Secretary. Notwithstanding that, they bring in this guillotine motion, concealing these facts from the House and, I expect, from the Chair. I cannot conceive of...More Button

I do not think that the Chair accepted the plea of urgency. How did the Government Party propose to prove urgency? They knew that this Bill would be completed in three hours and they brought in a gui...More Button


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