Ryan, Richie

Wednesday, 24 June 1970

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 247 No. 12

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Road Haulage Vehicles.

asked the Minister for Transport and Power in respect of each of the last three years the number of (a) British and (b) European hauliers' road vehicles which have arrived in this country by car-ferry...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Army Assistance to Garda.

asked the Minister for Justice under what circumstances gardaí may call upon the Army to assist them in the discharge of their duties; the rank or ranks of the officer or officers who have the respons...More Button

Are we to understand that the situation is that the Garda might be compelled in certain circumstances to call in the Army and that the Garda would have no say whatever in deciding whether the Army mig...More Button

From the Minister's reply I understand the answer to my question to be “yes”?More Button

Will the Minister now give an assurance that he will take steps to see to it that the Garda will not call in troops who will be armed with CS gas having regard to the real danger of innocent people be...More Button

There is no reason the Minister cannot say he will not call in the Army.More Button

It is a question for the Government; it is a question of collective responsibility.More Button

The Minister knows that if the Army are called in they can use the CS gas.More Button

The Government have responsibility in this matter. Who is going to answer to the innocent injured people?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - CS Gas Reports.

asked the Minister for Defence the titles of the reports in his Department on the effects of CS gas; by whom such reports were prepared; if he will make copies of the reports available in the Library;...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Dublin Church.

Is the Minister aware that there is a move on foot for the demolition of the church in question for the purpose of running a major highway across the site? Having regard to its immense historical sig...More Button

Would the Minister agree now to communicate his concern and show that he shares the mind of our preservationists where this invaluable piece of our heritage is concerned? I take it from the Minister's...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Traffic Lights.

asked the Minister for Local Government whether the design of traffic lights are approved by his Department; whether his Department make grants towards the cost of their purchase or improvement; wheth...More Button

Most countries provide traffic signals which allow for complete stoppage of vehicular traffic to enable pedestrians to cross. Will the Minister ensure that our traffic lights are brought up to the le...More Button

It should be. Is the Minister encouraging them on the lines I suggest? I hope so.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Dublin Corporation Purchase Houses.

It is not. It should be. It is not in court.More Button

It is not sub judice until it is in court. The prosecution has not yet been issued. That is a bad ruling of the Chair.More Button

No matter is sub judice until it is before the court. The matter in question is not before the court. Therefore, there can be no stoppage of any Member mentioning it in this House.More Button

It is not sub judice and the Chair knows it. It is not——More Button

I can. The Chair is out of order.More Button

Written Answers. - Incorrect Telephone Number.

asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs why persons phoning 794575, an incorrectly printed number in the telephone directory are not automatically informed of the correct number as promised.More Button

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