O'Donovan, John

Wednesday, 9 February 1972

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 258 No. 10

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - National College of Art.

The Government would not make individual representations about Long Kesh. I put down a question and it was ruled out of order by the Ceann Comhairle. I did not get a letter from him about it either.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Training College Examination.

Am I allowed to ask a supplementary?More Button

As the Ceann Comhairle has said before, I ask short supplementaries but they are not so kindly. May I ask the Minister, if the lectures are given in English, who sets the papers in Irish?More Button

Who sets the papers?More Button

It is usual in all institutes of higher education that the people who give the lectures set the papers. Are they set in English and then translated into Irish?More Button

The Government writ does not run.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Teacher Training.

If this be the case why is it incumbent on the Minister to intrude on the matter at all?More Button

That is too bad.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Dublin Primary School Classes.

How many classes are there in the primary schools in the city of Dublin with more than 45 pupils in them?More Button

How many classes are there in the primary schools in the city of Dublin with more than 45 pupils in them? I do not mind admitting that as a grandfather I have a personal interest in this.More Button

I am not clear on this. How many classes are there in Dublin city and Dún Laoghaire with more than 45 pupils in them? This, I take it, is in the tabular statement.More Button

Good God—in this year of our Lord.More Button

The Minister told us this more than six months ago.More Button

I will be dead anyway.More Button

That is too many.More Button

That is too many. In Dublin we have many classes with over 60 students.More Button

Order of Business.

May I ask the Tánaiste when the Government intend to implement their promise that we could have a debate each month on the question of Ireland's entry to the EEC? The last debate took place three mont...More Button

We were promised a debate here each month. Why do the Government not implement that promise?More Button

A specific promise was made in this House. Why did the Government not implement it? It is quite a simple matter. They promised a debate each month and it is three months since we have had a debate....More Button

I am interested only that the Government carry out their promise. You cannot believe anything they tell you.More Button


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