O'Donoghue, John

Thursday, 6 June 1996

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 466 No. 5

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Order of Business.

Will the Taoiseach indicate the position of the attachment of earnings Bill?More Button

Estimates for Public Services, 1996. - Criminal Law Bill, 1996: Second Stage (Resumed).

I did not.More Button

Private Members' Business. - Garda Síochána Bill, 1996: Second Stage (Resumed).

I warmly thank the Minister for her kind expression of good wishes on my return to the House following a recent illness. I will allow myself a little hint of self-congratulations and say that I was d...More Button

I thank the Minister. The Bill presents us with the opportunity of reflecting upon, considering and appreciating the role of the gardaí in Irish society. It will be clear to everybody that the force ...More Button

I could not possibly disappoint the Minister, particularly when the criticism is so well merited. Messrs. Spring and De Rossa are the silent comrades who never say where they stand on matters such as...More Button

It is a pity the Minister did not choose to plagiarize all of Fianna Fáil's Bills and proposals because we would then have a coherent, cogent and effective criminal justice policy. It is of fundamenta...More Button

——to discuss everyday problems affecting the association and its membership? If the Minister adopts the same attitude in relation to the Garda Federation, how does she expect to reconcile the differe...More Button

In an attempt to be helpful, Fianna Fáil will support this legislation on Second Stage but I serve due notice on the Minister that she must ensure, following Second Stage, she is not leading us or the...More Button

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