Higgins, Joe

Wednesday, 21 April 1999

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 503 No. 4

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Order of Business.

(Dublin West): In the course of the controversy over the Judiciary the Government said it was very concerned to ensure that the administration of justice was equal for all the people. Will the Taoisea...More Button

(Dublin West): I asked if all the people, especially those on low wages—More Button

(Dublin West): I do not have a double pension.More Button

Criminal Justice (No. 2) Bill, 1997 [ Seanad ] : Report Stage.

(Dublin West): The Minister, in insisting on life imprisonment of a minimum of ten years for possession of a certain amount of prescribed drugs, irrespective of the kind of drug, is being irresponsibl...More Button

Ceisteanna–Questions. - Official Engagements.

Asked the minister: if he will report on his meetings with the Northern parties and Mr. Tony Blair during Easter Week.More Button

(Dublin West): In relation to Question No. 7—More Button

(Dublin West): The Deputy had a good say already.More Button

(Dublin West): Nobody could think that Deputy Bruton does not get his fair say.More Button

(Dublin West): Given the ways things are going in this country, that might happen sooner than the Deputy thinks.More Button

(Dublin West): Did the Taoiseach specifically discuss the tragedy of Mrs. Rosemary Nelson's death with the British Prime Minister? Does he agree that many people, including civil rights lawyers, would...More Button

Criminal Justice (No. 2) Bill, 1997 [ Seanad ] : Report Stage (Resumed) and Final Stage.

(Dublin West): It is regrettable that the Minister did not deal with any of the arguments even though he stated that he dealt with them before. I put some specific arguments but he merely keeps repeat...More Button

(Dublin West): He should listen.More Button

Written Answers. - Traffic Report.

Asked the minister: if a copy of the consultancy report dealing with traffic management in Dublin and the traffic warden service, which was finalised after the appointment of a director of traffic for Dublin, will be mad...More Button

Written Answers. - Traffic Wardens.

Asked the minister: if he will defer the transfer from his Department of Dublin's traffic wardens, due to take place on 29 April 1999, in view of the fact that the transfer has not been agreed by the wardens and Dublin C...More Button

Asked the minister: if a memorandum on which a Government decision, and the text of that decision, on the transfer of responsibility for traffic in Dublin to Dublin Corporation was based will be made available.More Button

Asked the minister: the reason it is proposed that 146 trained uniformed Garda civilian personnel, for example traffic wardens in Dublin, be transferred to Dublin Corporation which has stated that it will radically scale...More Button

Asked the minister: the reason he has not made an offer of adequate compensation to the traffic wardens for loss of their office as authorised persons under section 103 of the Road Traffic Act, 1961, in view of the state...More Button

Written Answers. - Garda Deployment.

Asked the minister: the reason two traffic sergeants were seconded to training personnel of a private firm (details supplied) in parking control by-laws and court procedures in Dublin.More Button

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