Gormley, John

Wednesday, 1 December 1999

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 512 No. 1

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Order of Business (Resumed).

It should be held before Christmas because the public is concerned about it. As the Green Party is the only party which opposes neo-liberal policies—More Button

Ceisteanna–Questions. - Meetings with EU Leaders.

Asked the minister: the revisions, if any, to the EU treaties which will be under consideration at the upcoming EU Summit in Helsinki.More Button

The Taoiseach mentioned that the discussions in Helsinki will follow on from the discussions on defence in Cologne. Is it not the case that during these discussions a German Commissioner, Mr. Verheuge...More Button

What about the nuclear weapons policies of the Western European Union or of a proposed European defence union? Would these have to be renounced before the Taoiseach would find it acceptable?More Button

This is part of any new treaty arrangements under discussion.More Button

I asked that question during the debate on the Amsterdam Treaty, but Deputy Bruton's party accepted it.More Button

The Taoiseach stated in his reply that he has difficulty with Article 5, which deals with mutual defence. Does he accept we are totally compromised by the double hatting of Javier Solana, who is now h...More Button

They are very relevant.More Button

That does not answer all the questions I asked.More Button

I asked two other questions.More Button

I asked two other questions which the Taoiseach did not answer.More Button

I asked two other questions on the need for a UN mandate for the British-French force, which the Taoiseach did not answer. Is that his position?More Button

Would the French-British armed rapid reaction force require a UN mandate, in the Taoiseach's view?More Button

I am asking the Taoiseach his position on—More Button

The Taoiseach has just gone around in circles.More Button

As far as I can see, Fianna Fáil has no policy on neutrality.More Button

Financial Resolutions, 1999. Budget Statement, 1999.

What about LPG?More Button

Written Answers. - Crime Statistics.

Asked the minister: if he will make a statement on the disparity between Central Statistics Office crime survey statistics and Garda crime figures.More Button

Written Answers. - Energy Efficiency.

Asked the minister: if her attention has been drawn to the fact that some American power companies have given their customers energy CFLs free of charge rather than build expensive power stations; if she would adopt a si...More Button

Asked the minister: her views on the suggestion that, if every home was to install two energy efficient lamps, peak demand would be reduced by roughly 115 megawatts and, at £6 per lamp, this would cost £14 million wherea...More Button

Written Answers. - Defence Forces Regulations.

Asked the minister: if the recently reported statements in a newspaper (details supplied) were in violation of any regulations in view of his statement in Dáil Éireann on 19 October 1999 on the issuing of public statemen...More Button


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