O'Malley, Desmond J.

Wednesday, 27 May 1970

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 247 No. 2

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Prisons Bill, 1970: Second Stage (Resumed).

So they are.More Button

The Deputy was told they are about to be published.More Button

The 1969 report will be published next month.More Button

The Deputy's colleague, Deputy Fitzpatrick, complained that too many were being released.More Button

The regulations would not be confined to those. Those two qualifications are necessary but the regulations can go beyond that.More Button

An intellectual qualification?More Button

I do not think it is necessary to put it into the Bill. This can be dealt with in the regulations.More Button

The regulations will have to be laid before the Dáil and the Deputy could put down a motion in connection with them.More Button

“Prisoner” is worse.More Button

I should like to welcome the thoughtful and constructive contributions made by all Deputies who spoke. I think everybody who spoke had a really worthwhile point of view to put. I particularly apprec...More Button

If that is so, it is what I would expect of our courts.More Button

It is quite flexible at present—much more so than Deputies think. I got the impression from Deputy Dr. Browne that the flexibility should be at the other end. He seems to defeat his own argument abo...More Button

Yes.More Button

It is not regarded as desirable that the class should be any bigger. However, with the appointment of additional people, it will be possible to run a number of classes there simultaneously in the nea...More Button

Twenty over a given short period. The 20 would vary from time to time. In Shanganagh, we are fortunate to have an officer who has a natural flair for teaching. Virtually all the boys there attend c...More Button

It is. First of all employment is not available for everyone to whom we would wish to give it and, secondly, we must face up to the fact that there are some detainees in St. Patrick's whom we feel it...More Button

I do not think I said there was a necessity for a punitive element. What I intended to convey was that if there is a system of detention there is unavoidably a punitive element in it in so far as it ...More Button

As I pointed out to the House already, I propose to have a number of teachers appointed to St. Patrick's. I hope this problem will be overcome within the next 12 months. Question put and agreed to. C...More Button

Written Answers. - Limerick-Shannon Road Accidents.

The following statement gives the available statistics of road accidents at Ballycasey Cross for the period from 1965 to date.More Button


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