Fitzpatrick, Thomas J.

Tuesday, 23 March 1982

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 333 No. 2

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Constitutional Amendments.

(Cavan-Monaghan): Would the Taoiseach avail of the opportunity to amend the Constitution to remedy the absurd position regarding bail which needs badly to be rectified?More Button

(Cavan-Monaghan): Would the Taoiseach agree that, because of the difference of opinion between lawyers, as he says, the decision of the Supreme Court which lets at large every criminal who should be l...More Button

(Cavan-Monaghan): As this argument goes on and these legal questions are being decided people are being allowed out on bail who should be locked up pending trial, and some of them over the last years ...More Button

(Cavan-Monaghan): The Taoiseach seems to be prevaricating. Would he not avail of this opportunity to clarify the position and to restore the law to what it was before the Supreme Court decision?More Button

Report to House on Complaint by Deputy.

(Cavan-Monaghan): While the incident in question is perhaps understandable, as two of the Deputies were new and were here for the first time it was nevertheless unprecedented and quite serious. Rathe...More Button

Order of Business.

(Cavan-Monaghan): The Taoiseach stated: “It is proposed to take business in the following order: Nos. 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 1 — Order for Second Stage followed immediately by Second and subsequent Stages — 8...More Button

(Cavan-Monaghan): It did not sound like that to me.More Button

Social Welfare Bill, 1982: Order for Second Stage.

(Cavan-Monaghan): But we will take them each stage at a time.More Button

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