Ó Caoláin, Caoimhghín

Thursday, 29 April 2004

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 584 No. 4

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Requests to move Adjournment of Dáil under Standing Order 31.

I seek the adjournment of the Dáil under Standing Order 31 to debate the following urgent matter, namely, the need for the Minister for Foreign Affairs to act immediately to ensure the safe release fr...More Button

Order of Business.

I record my opposition to the proposal to guillotine the Report and Final Stages of the Twenty-seventh Amendment of the Constitution Bill 2004. Deputy Richard Bruton indicated that various Ministers o...More Button

I strongly urge that the proposed guillotine be rejected, as it is an outrageous proposition. If the Bill is passed, I strongly urge the electorate to reject the proposed amendment in the referendum. ...More Button

That is academic, as the vote will demonstrate.More Button

Question put: “That the proposal for dealing with No. 23 be agreed to.”
No IndicatorVoted No More Button

In the Tánaiste’s earlier response to our objection to No. 23 she referred to Dr. Whitaker’s recommendation about vesting the power of determining citizenship in the Houses of the Oireachtas.More Button

I knew the Ceann Comhairle would not be able to resist the temptation. The Houses of the Oireachtas, and specifically the Dáil, have yet to make a determination on Report and Final Stages of the Twent...More Button

On a point of order, the Tánaiste’s response is inaccurate. The Order of Business states that No. 22a shall be taken upon the conclusion of No. 23.More Button

It is pre-empting——More Button

Question put: “That the proposal for taking No. 22a without debate be agreed to.”
No IndicatorVoted No More Button

In the context of Mr. Sweeney’s hunger strike, I note that with reference to the Department of Education and Science, the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse (Amendment) Bill is designed to make la...More Button

Will it impact on the concerns of Mr. Sweeney and his colleagues, and can publication be brought forward from late this year?More Button

Twenty-seventh Amendment of the Constitution Bill 2004: Report and Final Stages.

Question put.
No IndicatorVoted No More Button

Statement for Information of Voters: Motion.

Question put.
No IndicatorVoted No More Button

Health (Amendment) Bill 2004: Second Stage.

It can all be attributed to Deputy Costello being in the Chair.More Button

This Bill is yet another example of the Government treating the Oireachtas as a rubber stamp. The Government is seeking to circumvent any real debate and to take from elected representatives in the Oi...More Button

Written Answers - House Prices.

Asked the minister: his views on the increasing fear regarding the development of a bubble or over valuation in the housing market in this State.More Button

Written Answers - Proposed Legislation.

Asked the minister: if the proposed national infrastructure board Bill will make provision for the fast tracking of incinerators; if so, the impact this will have on planning applications already submitted for incinerato...More Button


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