Daly, Brendan

Friday, 6 July 1990

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 401 No. 3

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Private Business. - National Treasury Management Agency Bill, 1990: Committee and Final Stages.

He was talking a lot of nonsense that night.More Button

Nothing was added that night.More Button

The atmosphere was not all the cosy.More Button

I spoke off the cuff.More Button

The Deputy is being very placid.More Button

We are endeavouring to get an up-to-date position on the report mentioned by Deputy Noonan and I hope we will be able to announce it during the course of the debate. We made inquiries about the curre...More Button

The State has to keep in mind the cost of such acquisitions and, subject to that, I am sure their view is in accord with that of Deputy Noonan. I assure the Deputy that, subject to the availability ...More Button

The view is that the amendment is unnecessary, that the Minister remains responsible for all policy matters and will be answerable to the House.More Button

I assure the Deputy that there will be no change in the present arrangements regarding questions on the national debt. Amendment, by leave, withdrawn. Amendment No. 16 not moved. Question proposed: “T...More Button

The Deputy has raised a number of issues not really relevant to the section before the House. In relation to State property, there is in the Department of Finance, in the Office for which I have resp...More Button

Of the State property portfolio.More Button

Each body in their own way are responsible for their own property and have to account for it in their annual reports which come before the House and give an opportunity for Deputies or whoever to comm...More Button


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