O'Malley, Desmond J.

Thursday, 18 June 1987

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 373 No. 10

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Order of Business.

Will the Taoiseach order his Whip not to attend a Whips' meeting unless all the Whips are present? The Taoiseach has power to do that.More Button

The Taoiseach has power to order his Whip not to attend the Whips' meeting unless all the Whips are present and I want to know if he will do that.More Button

Will the Taoiseach answer my question?More Button

In other words the collusion will continue. Democracy how are you.More Button

Now the bluff has been called, now we see him in his true colours.More Button

Order of Business (Resumed).

If I may——More Button

In view of the fact that we have established today from the Taoiseach that he is now breaking the tradition of this House of 65 years' standing, that the Whips of the parties in this House should mee...More Button

It is true, we heard it from the Taoiseach's mouth today. I do not see any point in prolonging the sort of acrimony we have had over the past week in this House——More Button

In those circumstances, the Progressive Democrats, in view of the fact that they are not given their rights in this House because of collusion between the two main parties, will leave the earlier part...More Button

Written Answers. - Civil Jurisdiction of Courts.

asked the Minister for Justice if he will introduce legislation to increase the civil jurisdiction of the District Court to £8,000 and the civil jurisdiction of the Circuit Court to £40,000; if he wil...More Button

Written Answers. - Prosecution of Offences Act.

asked the Minister for Justice if he will amend the Prosecution of Offences Act, 1974, to allow the Director of Public Prosecutions to make an annual report to the Houses of the Oireachtas in connecti...More Button


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