Fitzpatrick, Michael

Thursday, 6 July 1950

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 122 No. 5

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Committee on Finance. - Vote 38—Local Government (Resumed).

I am afraid I have to follow in the same critical lines as the two previous speakers, on the position of housing. Like Deputy McGrath, I have always received the utmost courtesy from the present Mini...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Board of Works Employees.

asked the Minister for Finance if he will state (a) the number of men who were dismissed from the Board of Works in the week preceding Christmas, 1949; (b) the number of those men who were since re-em...More Button

Is the Parliamentary Secretary aware that some of the men who were not re-employed got a Christmas box in Christmas week and dismissal? The Parliamentary Secretary has stated that the average period ...More Button

Am I now to understand that in the Republic of Ireland, the men who served the Republic from 1916 to 1923, to 1933 and to 1943 are not to get employment either temporary or any other form of employmen...More Button

Did the Parliamentary Secretary state that there is a regulation prohibiting employment except to those with military service from 1916 to 1923?More Button

Is the Parliamentary Secretary aware that a man who was in employment for 18 months was dismissed, or let go, shall we say, through redundancy; it is all the same to him. He subsequently got a letter...More Button

In view of the unsatisfactory nature of the statement made I ask the permission of the Chair to raise this matter on the Adjournment.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Kilcoole Water and Sanitation.

asked the Minister for Local Government whether there are any proposals before his Department for the provision of a proper water carriage sanitation system for the village of Kilcoole, County Wicklow...More Button

Committee on Finance. - Adjournment Debate—Board of Works Employees.

I put down the following question for answer to-day:— “To ask the Minister for Finance if he will state (a) the number of men who were dismissed from the Board of Works in the week preceding Christmas...More Button

I do not blame the Parliamentary Secretary, but I blame whoever is responsible for making that regulation.More Button

I hope it is clear that I did not at any time hold the Parliamentary Secretary responsible. I merely pointed out that this is 1950 and that this is the Republic of Ireland, and things that happened ...More Button


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