Quinn, Ruairí

Thursday, 18 April 1991

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 407 No. 2

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Presidential Establishment (Amendment) Bill, 1990: Second Stage.

The Chair might be a candidate yet.More Button

I am particularly pleased to be able to welcome this Bill to the House. I would like to put on record my party's appreciation of the fact that the Government responded so generously and so promptly i...More Button

We had that debate last autumn, Sir.More Button

Presidential Establishment (Amendment) Bill, 1990: Committee and Final Stages.

In relation to the point originally raised on Second Stage by Deputy Mitchell, is it possible by Government decision to make the Secretary to the President the Accounting Officer accountable to the Co...More Button

The reason I raised the query is that I believe that the Office of President is going to evolve — it is evolving — and that that evolution should take place within the framework of existing legislatio...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - EC Structural Finance.

The Minister referred in his reply to Deputy Noonan's question to a review process that will commence later this year. Would he specifically state who will constitute that review group and what crite...More Button

Who will be on the review group?More Button

The question was what is the Minister doing.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Proposed European Central Bank.

Will the Minister indicate the timetable in his Department within which we will see the draft agreement which is likely to come from the Inter-governmental Conference?More Button

Is the Minister indicating to the House that the likelihood of this House debating domestic legislation to give effect to the EMU draft treaty, and its ratification here, is as far away as perhaps 12 ...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - National Lottery.

One of the parties.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Capital Projects.

You guys have something to hide.More Button

It is beginning to look a little like that when the Minister cannot answer a simple question.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Central Bank Board.

A Leas-Cheann Comhairle——More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Oireachtas Secretarial Assistants.

I appreciate that the Minister may feel constrained from commenting on the dispute but may I ask him if he would agree that part of the problem is that the scheme in question has no statutory basis an...More Button

It is not a debate; we are seeking information.More Button

The Minister stated in his reply that there is no agreement between the parties on the desired secretarial scheme. What information has led him to that view?More Button

The Minister quite rightly declined to answer an industrial relations related question but I asked him, in his capacity as Minister for Finance, if the legislation which he will sponsor and which has ...More Button

I presume I will get the reply in due course but the Minister then went on to say that the parties have not reached an agreement on this matter and I asked him what information led him to that view as...More Button

What does that mean?More Button

Therefore it is not going to be put on a statutory basis?More Button

Written Answers. - Agriculture House.

Asked the minister: if he will outline the steps he has taken to have repairs carried out to the defects in Agriculture House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2; whether the technical studies have been completed; if not, the reas...More Button


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