Garland, Roger T.

Tuesday, 26 February 1991

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 405 No. 6

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Value of Presentations.

Would the Taoiseach agree that, apart from the question of presentations and their value, it is a gross waste of Government time and Ministers' time to attend these kinds of openings? Government Minis...More Button

I do not agree.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Review of Industrial Performance.

A Cheann Comhairle, I must protest once again about this gross abuse of the procedures of the House by the Fine Gael Party in putting down 11 absolutely identical questions with a view to avoiding the...More Button

They are the same.More Button

It is a disgrace.More Button

Sugar Bill, 1990: Second Stage (Resumed).

The Green Party, Comhaontas Glas, emphatically oppose this Bill. This Bill is clearly very similar to the Government's proposals in the case of Irish Life. However, I would like to compliment the ma...More Button

Financial Resolutions, 1991. - Financial Resolution No. 6: General (Resumed).

There are two main criteria which we in the Green Party look for in a budget. First what does it do for the environment and, second, what does it do to remedy the dual scourges of unemployment and em...More Button

Written Answers. - Landfill Proposals.

Asked the minister: if he will outline his views on (1) the proposed landfill proposals in Dún Laoghaire, County Dublin and (2) the rezoning of the foreshore which would facilitate such a landfill; if his attention has b...More Button

Written Answers. - Shannon Refuelling Facility.

Asked the minister: the number of military aircraft which have refuelled and-or landed at Shannon Airport since 1 August 1990; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers. - Referenda in USSR.

Asked the minister: if the Government will consider sending official observers to the referenda being held in Estonia and Latvia on 3 March 1990 and in Georgia on 24 March 1991; and if he will outline his views on these ...More Button

Written Answers. - Gulf Crisis.

Asked the minister: if, having regard to the growing number of civilian casualties resulting from the Gulf War, Ireland will now consider withdrawing its consent for the UN military action; and if he will make a statemen...More Button

Written Answers. - Iraqi Immigration.

Asked the minister: whether under the informal arrangement between the Irish and British Governments to consult about the entry of Iraqis into Ireland, any consultation has taken place since the outbreak of the Gulf War;...More Button

Written Answers. - Extradition Applications/Warrants.

Asked the minister: whether Ireland has applied for the extradition of any person from any other jurisdiction in the past ten years; if so, the nature of the crime involved; and if the applications were successful.More Button

Asked the minister: (a) the number of extradition warrants which have been served on this country in the past ten years and by whom, (b) the nature of the crime involved in each warrant, (c) the number of warrants which ...More Button

Written Answers. - Iraqi Nationals.

Asked the minister: if any Iraqi citizens have been asked to leave the State on security grounds as a result of the current conflict in the Gulf; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers. - Recommendations on Free Education System.

Asked the minister: if she will outline her views on the recommendations contained in the Secretariat of Secondary Schools Report on the Financing of Catholic Secondary Schools in the free education system (details suppl...More Button


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