Higgins, Joe

Wednesday, 16 June 1999

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 506 No. 3

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Order of Business.

(Dublin West): In the hope that the Proceeds of Crime Bill might deal with rampant landlordism and those who evict tenants to make a killing from speculation, which is a crime in my view, will the Min...More Button

(Dublin West): These are legitimate questions.More Button

Group of States Against Corruption: Motion.

(Dublin West): Ordinary people would welcome genuine moves to curb corruption in business, politics or any other area of life. The definitions of corruption, as applied by the Council of Europe and in...More Button

Ceisteanna–Questions. - Conflicts of Interest.

Asked the minister: if he will make a statement on his dealings with NTL, particularly in relation to the sale of Cablelink to that company.More Button

(Dublin West): I agree with what Deputy Bruton said.More Button

(Dublin West): Why can we not have a copy of the reply?More Button

(Dublin West): On a point of order—More Button

(Dublin West): Why can we not have a copy of the reply now?More Button

Ceisteanna–Questions (Resumed). - Questions 1 to 11 (Resumed).

(Dublin West): Does the Taoiseach accept that it is highly irregular for a Taoiseach's special adviser to be on the board of directors of a PR company advising another company which wants to purchase ...More Button

(Dublin West): I am asking if Mr. Duffy was to play a key role for smooth interaction between the major players in the privatisation of a major semi-State company. Mr. Duffy was feathering a new nest...More Button

Regional Technical Colleges (Amendment) Bill, 1999: Second Stage (Resumed).

(Dublin West): Fáiltím roimh Institiúid Teicneolaíochta Bhaile Blainséar agus tá sé thar am go raibh institiúid tríú leibhéal i mBaile Blainséar. Is réigiún é a bhfuil faillí déanta air le fada an lá ...More Button


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