Fahy, Frank

Thursday, 4 December 1947

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 109 No. 4

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Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Drain of Emigration.

That is a separate question.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Tea Imports.

That is a separate question.More Button

Personal Explanation by a Deputy.

That announcement is not open to discussion.More Button

No.More Button

I regret that the Deputy was not.More Button

That is so.More Button

That is true.More Button

No charge has been made against the Deputy.More Button

It is left to the House to judge — that is all — if and when it comes before the Committee on Procedure and Privileges.More Button

There is no suggestion whatever that the Deputy did not swear what he thought was correct.More Button

I am afraid the matter is not open to discussion because it would raise what has been raised before the tribunal or the action of the tribunal itself. The Ceann Comhairle simply leaves it to the Comm...More Button

A statement on what?More Button

I do not see how it is possible to go into an explanation of what was said at the tribunal without discussing what was said.More Button

It depends very much on the nature of the statement.More Button

I will hear the Deputy, but if I think he is going too far I will have to take action.More Button

The second point is what I want to have discussed by the Committee on Procedure and Privileges.More Button

That is the only aspect that concerns the Chair.More Button

That is arguing the matter that the Deputy says is to come before the Committee on Procedure and Privileges.More Button

Very good.More Button

Order of Business.

That is the privilege of the Taoiseach.More Button

The orderly fashion is that there is a Bill for introduction which has not been announced.More Button

Messages from Seanad.

The following Messages have been received from Seanad Éireann:— Seanad Éireann has passed the Harbours Bill, 1947, without amendment. Seanad Éireann has passed the Irish Shipping Limited Bill, 1947, w...More Button

Rates on Agricultural Land (Relief) Bill, 1947—First Stage.

It is the annual Bill. Second Stage ordered to be taken on Wednesday, December 10th.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Housing (Amendment) Bill, 1947—Committee.

I take it the Deputy is moving the amendment with the permission of Deputy Sheldon?More Button

There is no use in going into the whole managerial system now.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Housing (Amendment) Bill, 1947—Committee Stage (Resumed).

The acceptance of amendment No. 10 involves the deletion of Section 13. SECTION 14.More Button

I have some doubts about this amendment as to whether the extension of this to the purchase of houses might not be too large an extension, but I am prepared to hear the Deputy.More Button

If the Deputy would bear with me, I may say that I have not admitted the amendment. I am prepared to hear the mover and the Minister.More Button

No, I have not.More Button

That is sufficient. The amendment is out of order.More Button

There are four related amendments — Nos. 13, 14, 21 and 24.More Button

No. 21 is related.More Button

Two Deputies have referred to the generosity of the Minister, anticipating that he would supply further moneys to meet this. If such were the case, the amendments would not be admissible, as involving...More Button

The Chair did not suggest that at all.More Button


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