Reynolds, Albert

Tuesday, 12 May 1992

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 419 No. 5

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Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Maastricht Referendum.

Was asked: if he will outline the Government's decision on the amount of literature which they will provide for the Maastricht Referendum and the content of this literature; and the total cost which is to be bor...More Button

As I have already said in the House, the Government will campaign vigorously for a resounding “yes” vote on 18 June as being, unquestionably, in the best interests of the people of this State. Like t...More Button

The distribution of everyman's guide is proceeding——More Button

Did the Deputy not receive his copy yet? Plenty of people have received it and Deputies may rest assured that every household will receive a copy of the booklet well in advance of 18 June.More Button

The Deputy is being naive in this regard as I am sure he has already read the explanatory booklet.More Button

I have already answered that question and assured Deputies and the House that every household will receive a copy of the booklet before 18 June.More Button

Balance is a question for others. I have already said, in reply to Deputy Farrelly, that a final decision has not been taken regarding the issue raised in the second part of the question, which is th...More Button

Many households have already received a copy and I assure the Deputies that all households will receive a copy.More Button

That is a separate question and if the Deputy wishes to table one in this regard it will be answered.More Button

I have already stated that the cost so far of the production of the White Paper and the guide is in the region of £500,000.More Button

The final cost will be adhered to by the Government. We will spend what is appropriate to the taxpayer and the House; the Comptroller and Auditor General will have every opportunity of examining it.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Review of the Programme for Government.

Was asked: if, in regard to the provision made in the Review of the Programme for Government for the monitoring of the achievements of the objectives of the programme, he will outline the number of such reviews ...More Button

A review as provided for in the revised Programme for Government of last autumn is currently in progress. Its purpose is simply to monitor implementation of the programme on a quarterly basis, and to...More Button

I have already said that the reviews will continue and that as decisions are reached — the progress of which will be monitored, I have no doubt, by Opposition Deputies — announcements will be made fro...More Button

Yes, I made that statement in the House myself.More Button

That decision was made because of time constraints and problems with the time being taken for progress.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Local Authorities.

Was asked: if, in regard to the commitment given in the Review of the Programme for Government, he will outline the number of quarterly reports which have been submitted by the Taoiseach to the Government detail...More Button

The first quarterly report is being prepared and I hope to submit it very shortly to a ministerial committee which the Government have established to consider certain matters relating to local governm...More Button

That is a separate question and I do not have a list of all Departments in front of me. I shall refer back to the Deputy on that aspect.More Button

I consider that there is room for improvement in many areas, as suggested by the Deputy.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Visit to Killarney.

Was asked: if he will make a statement on his visit to Killarney.More Button

I addressed the IMI Conference in Killarney on 25 April 1992 on the theme “Competitiveness — Ireland's Challenge in the Global Market”. In my address I focused on the place of consensus in fostering ...More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Registration of Cars.

Why did the Deputy not check it out?More Button

Order of Business.

It is proposed to take Nos. 6A, 14 and 7. It is also proposed that No. 6A shall be taken without debate. Subject to an Order for Second Stage being made, Private Members' Business shall be No. 5.More Button

Order of Business (Resumed).

First, some of those Bills have been discussed. Let me point out to the Deputy that in response to a question last week I said that a list of the legislation we expect to discuss this session will be...More Button

I expect this will be settled at the meeting of the Whips next Thursday.More Button

No.More Button

The matter will be discussed by the Whips.More Button


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