Kitt, Tom

Wednesday, 19 March 1997

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 476 No. 5

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Order of Business.

Will the Tánaiste accept that the new evidence on Bloody Sunday is so strong that he should immediately call for a public inquiry and not allow the British Government off the hook on this issue? The ...More Button

We have heard the Tánaiste's views. Will he now call for a public inquiry?More Button

Other Questions. - Northern Ireland Marching Season.

The Minister has rightly expressed disappointment at the Orange Order's intervention in regard to a local march, but what dialogue or engagement are the Minister or the Taoiseach having with the Prime...More Button

Other Questions. - Extradition of Irish Citizen.

It is ridiculous that questions tabled to the Taoiseach are referred to the Minister. I tabled a question to the Taoiseach about his meeting on Cuba with President Clinton, but it ended up on the Mini...More Button

In regard to Deputy O'Rourke's question, the Taoiseach's office should at least have conveyed the message to the Minister so that he could have delivered it to the Deputy.More Button

Written Answers - Relations with Cuba.

Asked the minister: and Minister for Foreign Affairs if he indicated to President Clinton the necessity for a peaceful resolution of the differences between the US and Cuba during the EU-US Summit in December 1996; and i...More Button

Written Answers - Protection of Marsh Arabs.

Asked the minister: and Minister for Foreign Affairs if he will outline to Dáil Éireann whether the Government is aware of the current situation facing the southern Iraqi people known as the Marsh Arabs; and the steps, i...More Button

Written Answers - Tanzania Project.

Asked the minister: and Minister for Foreign Affairs the reason for ending the funding by Irish Aid of the primary maths upgrade project which was based at Korogure Teacher's College in Tanzania; the amount of money alre...More Button

Written Answers - Tax Yield.

Asked the minister: if he will make a statement on the amount of revenue collected from the recently abolished property tax; and the amount which was paid in overtime to process the payments made.More Button

Written Answers - Roads Funding.

Asked the minister: if he will approve the necessary finance for the commencement of the construction of the Dundrum by-pass, Dublin 14, without further delay; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers - Unfair Dismissals.

Asked the minister: if he will amend section 3 of the Unfair Dismissals (Amendment) Act, 1993, in view of the fact that an anomaly has arisen regarding second or further fixed term contracts for persons who are, as a res...More Button


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