Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Public Relations Agency.
Would the Taoiseach tell us who would decide whether or not the information or speeches sent on by Opposition Deputies were helpful or otherwise to the country?
Would it be vetted by the Taoiseach's Department? Suppose there was an anti-EEC speech, would that be published?
I know, but the pro-EEC one is. Now we know the purpose of the exercise. They will take Richie Ryan's speech but not Justin Keating's.
We would want to fee free and to be free to criticise the EEC if we ever go into it, and the Government's attitude towards the EEC Would that be allowed? There are more points of view in the country ...
Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Barrow Waterways.
asked the Minister for Transport and Power if he has received a proposal from the South Eastern Regional Development Organisation for the introduction of legislation to give control of the Barrow wate...
Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Kennedy Memorial Hall.
I think it was at the Irish Actors Equity lunch recently that the Minister expressed the desire to have some other type of hall built. Could he expand on that?
The Minister did, somewhere.
The Minister did, indeed.
Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Boot and Shoe Industry.
The Minister indicated that the complaints in regard to imports did not necessarily refer to Britain, that there were other countries as well. Could the Minister tell us what was the percentage incre...
Could the Minister say what industry, apart from footwear, did not have the tax reduction in July of this year? Was consideration given to any other industry?
Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Regional Industrial Development.
They will not be the growth centres that are recommended in the Buchanan Report, I trust?
Is there any final decision on the Buchanan Report in respect of the establishment of industry in different areas?
Order of Business.
Has the Taoiseach yet decided when the Dáil will resume after Christmas?
As far as the remaining business is concerned, everybody can see the amount of work that can be done this week in view of the fact that the adjournment debate will be held on Thursday and Friday.
Does the Taoiseach still contemplate March for the referendum——
——and to have the legislation passed in time? Could the Taoiseach say what time must his Department have between the final passage of the Bill through the Seanad and the signing of it by the Presiden...
I am talking about the arrangements that must be made by returning officers in the Department that will conduct it. They cannot engage in any expenditure until the Bill is finally signed.
What time will be needed?
Would the Taoiseach not seriously consider, if he is to have a referendum, having it after the 14th April when the new register becomes operable? It would be the fairest thing. March is the twelfth ...
The Taoiseach will consider it?
Is this on the disorder of business?