O'Malley, Desmond J.

Wednesday, 22 March 1972

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 259 No. 14

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Adjournment Debate. - Gardaí in Border Areas.

On a point of order, I wonder if I might inquire if the debate is on your ruling or on the particular question?More Button

One is always glad to see a conversion from views that were previously held and this is indeed very striking in the case of Deputy Fox who is now loquacious on the matter of Border incidents.More Button

I said that one is always very glad to see a conversion from views previously held and this is very striking in the case of Deputy Fox——More Button

——whose views on certain matters on the Border are different from those he previously held. (Interruptions.)More Button

No doubt Deputy Fox has need to be ashamed of his previous views.More Button

The Garda Síochána have authority to purchase from time to time such protective equipment as they consider necessary or useful. I am not prepared to disclose what protective equipment they have in s...More Button

I made no accusation.More Button

Fine Gael seem to be very touchy.More Button

There may be a lot of guilty consciences.More Button

Five minutes of my time seem to be up.More Button

I made no reference good, bad or indifferent, to religion, from start to finish.More Button

I made no reference to religion.More Button

I made no inference whatever relating to religion.More Button

I made an inference relating to political beliefs but none whatsoever relating to the subject of religion. (Interruptions.)More Button


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