De Rossa, Prionsias

Tuesday, 28 February 1989

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 387 No. 7

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Government Members' Interests.

asked the Taoiseach the guidelines, if any, which were issued to members of his Government on taking office, regarding involvement in firms in which they or their families may have a financial interes...More Button

asked the Taoiseach if any Minister or Minister of State in his Government currently holds company directorships on (a) a remunerative basis and (b) a non-remunerative basis; the Ministers or Minister...More Button

I thank the Taoiseach for his reply to Questions Nos. 2 and 3. May I ask him if there is any procedure the Taoiseach follows to ensure adherence to the guidelines. I appreciate that guidelines exist...More Button

Would the Taoiseach not agree that it would be in the best interests of all concerned if such a register was kept and if Ministers and Ministers of State were not only informed of the principles which...More Button

Finally, may I ask the Taoiseach——More Button

Is the Taoiseach satisfied that the system is operating correctly and that there is no likelihood of a conflict of interest in any case——More Button

I am asking the Taoiseach if he is satisfied that the system is operating effectively and correctly.More Button

Order of Business (Resumed).

Some weeks ago I asked the Taoiseach if he could indicate when the Child Care Bill would be reintroduced and placed on the Order Paper for discussion here. He indicated that it would be done during t...More Button

The Workers' Party sought to raise, by way of Private Notice Question, the tragic death of Private McNeela in Lebanon. I wish to ask the Taoiseach, in view of the fact that that question was ruled ou...More Button

I appreciate that it may not be strictly in order but the Taoiseach may be keen to allow the House to have statements made as it is a very serious matter that a person serving the State and serving th...More Button

The House should be afforded an opportunity to express its views on the matter. I would ask the Taoiseach to indicate if statements might be made either today or tomorrow.More Button

Adjournment of Dáil under Standing Order 30. - Dublin Bakery Closure: Motion.

The basic item we are discussing here today is bread. It is perhaps strange that in some parts of this world when the price of bread is increased there are riots in the streets, and we are debating a...More Button

I suppose as they say one should not read too much into it. Nevertheless it is a surprise and I welcome the fact that he has taken this position. There is no doubt that there has to be State intervent...More Button

Written Answers. - European Regional and Social Funds.

asked the Minister for Agriculture and Food the proportion of the European Social and Regional Fund which will be used to develop the Irish food industry.More Button

Written Answers. - Water Charges.

asked the Minister for the Environment if, in view of the doubt about the legal validity of water charges in a number of local authority areas arising from a recent High Court decision, he will reques...More Button

Written Answers. - Special Class for Hearing Impaired Child.

asked the Minister for Education the arrangements which are being made to place a person (details supplied) in Dublin 11 who is five years old and has a communication problem and requires admission to...More Button


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