O'Keeffe, Batt

Wednesday, 22 May 1996

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 465 No. 7

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Civil Service Regulation (Amendment) Bill, 1996: Second Stage (Resumed).

That is a straight question.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Branch Offices.

Asked the minister: if he will cancel plans to close local social welfare offices in view of the potential impact on basic welfare services.More Button

Private Members' Business. - Defence Forces: Motion.

The Deputy is in the Army now.More Button

I was interested to hear the Minister say the Government does not intend to close Army barracks. I accept this statement. It would be politically unwise for any Minister to close Army barracks in the...More Button

Unfortunately people are being conned.More Button

The Minister is keeping these people on a string and they do not know their status or how much time they have left in the Army. He is being very unfair to them. The Army personnel and their families ...More Button

The Minister has introduced negotiations on the capping of promotions.More Button

The Minister has concentrated on the consultation board. He says he will consult them, but what does that mean? It means personnel coming to talk to the Minister and having a cup of coffee at the tab...More Button

The Minister should reconsider this aspect and ensure there is no contradiction between his proposals and public sector policy.More Button

Adjournment Debate. - Cork Hospital Cancer Unit.

I thank you for the opportunity to raise an extremely urgent matter relating to the treatment of cancer patients at University Hospital, Cork. The staff are risking their health by handling radioacti...More Button

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