Smith, Michael

Wednesday, 19 May 1999

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 505 No. 1

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Order of Business.

Anytime the Deputy wants.More Button

Ceisteanna–Questions. - Office of the Attorney General.

Did that ever occur to Deputy Bruton?More Button

Written Answers. - Pension Entitlements.

Was asked: if he will supply information of the current rate of pension paid to the estranged husband of a person (details supplied) in Dublin 12 as a matter of justice.More Button

The details of an individual's pension are regarded as confidential to the individual concerned and are not disclosed to other parties except with the individual's consent or as required by law.More Button

Written Answers. - International Multilateral Agreements.

Was asked: the proposed international multilateral agreements under the auspices of his Department being negotiated or prepared; the international organisation, if any, in each case through whose machinery the a...More Button

The question does not arise in so far as my Department is concerned.More Button

Was asked: the international multilateral agreements under the auspices of his Department which have not been signed by the State; the date and place it was opened for signature in each case; the international o...More Button

The question does not arise in so far as my Department is concerned.More Button

Was asked: the international multilateral agreements under the auspices of his Department which have been signed but not ratified or acceded to by the State; the date and place it was opened for signature in eac...More Button

The question does not arise in so far as my Department is concerned.More Button

Written Answers. - EU Directives.

Was asked: the EC, ECSC or EURATOM directives, wholly or partly under the auspices of his Department, which are not fully implemented; the subject, date and reference number of each; the date on which implementa...More Button

The question does not arise in so far as my Department is concerned.More Button

Written Answers. - Legislative Programme.

Was asked: the Acts and provisions of Acts not in force by reason of the fact that a commencement order has not been made; if such an order will be made; if so, when it will be made; and if he will make a statem...More Button

Was asked: the proposed statutory instruments being prepared in, or under the auspices of, his Department; the proposed effect of each; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Was asked: the proposals for legislation being prepared under the auspices of his Department where heads have not yet been approved by the Government; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Was asked: the proposals for legislation being prepared under the auspices of his Department where heads have been approved by Government; the expected date of publication; and if he will make a statement on the...More Button

I propose to take Questions Nos. 117 to 120, inclusive, together. There is no legislation in my Department awaiting the making of a commencement order. A statutory instrument entitled “The Air Raid Pr...More Button


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