Bruton, John

Tuesday, 12 April 1994

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 441 No. 1

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Northern Ireland Peace Process.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the reported content of the St. Patrick's Day Message of Peace and Justice issued by 56 members of the American House of Representatives ad hoc Committee on Irish Af...More Button

Asked the minister: if he will meet with the Opposition party leaders to discuss the steps that will be taken collectively to advance the peace process through constitutional action.More Button

Shortly before the Downing Street Declaration the Taoiseach expressed the judgment that there could be peace before Christmas, last year. Will the Taoiseach say what has changed to lead him to revise...More Button

Will the Taoiseach outline what he believes are the remaining steps on the road to peace? Will he say if any of those steps need to be taken by the Government or if they all have to be taken by the I...More Button

I too welcome the forthcoming talks with the Taoiseach who said in referring to them that he would consider carefully any points put forward by the Opposition. We will have points to put forward but ...More Button

I wish Questions Nos. 9 to 12, inclusive, to be resubmitted tomorrow and not taken as written.More Button

Order of Business.

In regard to item No. 8 — Estimates for Public Services, 1994, the Taoiseach said in the House that the money for the Tallaght hospital was included in the National Development Plan, 1994 to 1999. It...More Button

——to item No. 8.More Button

It relates to item No. 8 on the Order Paper — Estimates for Public Services, 1994. Will a Supplementary Estimate now be necessary for the Department of Health to provide for the additional taxpayer c...More Button

Yes, I have a few other problems for the Taoiseach.More Button

The Taoiseach looks lovely; none of us should be envious, certainly I am not. Would the Taoiseach say whether a Supplementary Estimate will be necessary because the EU contribution towards these two ...More Button

Is the Taoiseach aware that his Chief Whip published a list on 6 October, 1993 of Bills expected to be published between then and the Christmas recess and which included the Ethics in Government Bill ...More Button

I just want to advise the Taoiseach that it would be wise, when publishing lists, to make sure that they are accurate because he also said in this House, on the Order of Business on 22 March, 1994, th...More Button

Written Answers. - Departmental Freefone Access.

Asked the minister: in view of his desire to improve the accessibility of Government Departments to the public, the reason no Government Departments currently provide freefone telephone access to the public; and the step...More Button

Written Answers. - Civil Servants New Zealand Visit.

Asked the minister: the purpose of the recent visit by a group of senior civil servants to New Zealand; and whether a report of the visit will be published.More Button

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