Higgins, Jim

Wednesday, 30 May 2001

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 537 No. 3

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Order of Business.

(Mayo): A Government press release, 6 March 2001, stated that an independent regulator would be appointed for the natural gas sector and that the market would be liberalised this summer. Is it true th...More Button

Other Questions. - EU Funding.

Asked the minister: the number of projects in the national development plan for which his Department is responsible which are not to proceed; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Private Members' Business. - Western Development: Motion (Resumed).

(Mayo): As a representative of a western constituency, born, living and working there, I found the amendment to this motion moved in the House yesterday by by the Minister of State, Deputy Molloy, to...More Button

(Mayo): Tá sé fíor, ach níl sé éasca glacadh leis an fhírinne.More Button

(Mayo): The national development plan, which is being progressively implemented, is designed to enable economic and social development and balanced regional development. Let us look at figures from t...More Button

(Mayo): That is the situation and the reality. In terms of jobs, the west is receiving the crumbs that fall from the rich man's table. We are supposed to be grateful for an odd announcement of 20 or ...More Button

(Mayo): He spoke of broadband telecommunications infrastructure, but that has been abandoned. Last, but by no means least, a gas infrastructure was to be the big bonanza, but nothing has happened, wh...More Button

Written Answers. - Asylum Applications.

Asked the minister: if ecological considerations are assessed in terms of determining whether an applicant for asylum is entitled to such asylum, particularly in the case of applicants coming from areas such as Belarus.More Button


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