Keating, Michael

Thursday, 22 May 1980

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 321 No. 3

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Ombudsman (No. 2) Bill, 1979: Second Stage (Resumed).

While being extremely supportive of the concept of introducing and creating the position of ombudsman of the State, one that is long overdue, I must express grave reservations about this Bill. There...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Vehicle Security.

asked the Minister for the Environment if he will institute discussions with representatives of the motor manufacturing groups to ensure a greater awareness of the need for security on cars and if he ...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Dublin Water Supply.

I want to ask the Minister two brief questions. Is he aware of a statement made by the chief engineer of Dublin city indicating that the shortages are expected to continue for approximately the next ...More Button

That is not what the chief engineer thinks.More Button

Has the Minister any category of people in mind?More Button

Will the Minister meet the councillors if he is asked?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Bantry Bay Pollution.

Is the Minister saying that the reason for the reduction of the work force is because of inability to deal with pollution on the shore?More Button

Does it arise from the Betelguese wreck?More Button

Is the Minister aware of the contradiction that arises from a statement made by his colleague, Deputy Faulkner, then Minister for Transport and Tourism, indicating that there was not a danger from pol...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Limerick Rent Increases.

Does the Minister accept the statements in the questions that there have been rent increases of several hundred per cent in specific cases.More Button

In view of the certainty of the Minister that there is no undue hardship on people, will he tell us how many tenants are involved?More Button

Is it the case that the Minister of State, who is normally forthcoming with information, has not got any information in this case? In that event how could he reasonably conclude that there is no hard...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Rent Increases Directives.

They were not.More Button

Written Answers. - Imprisonment of Vagrants.

asked the Minister for Justice the number of people of no fixed abode committed to prison for each of the last five years, the number of these convicted under (i) the Vagrancy Acts, (ii) the Licensing...More Button

Written Answers. - Payment of Pension.

asked the Minister for Social Welfare when payment of a pension will issue to a person (details supplied) in Dublin; and if he will expedite payment in this case.More Button

Written Answers. - Dublin Telephone Kiosk.

asked the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs if he will provide a public telephone kiosk in the St. Mary's Terrace old folks flats, Dublin to facilitate the old people in this area.More Button


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