Kenny, Enda

Tuesday, 29 June 2004

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 588 No. 2

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Leaders’ Questions.

The Tánaiste and her party’s members have consistently portrayed themselves as the defenders of the people from the wrath of Fianna Fáil in Government and the standards that party would bring about if...More Button

I did not ask the Tánaiste about what was sent out to party members. I asked if she recognises the consistent trend. She said she was there to prevent Fianna Fáil from having single party Government a...More Button

——which could be reported to the Garda. In that sense, if what happened in this instance happened under my leadership, that person would be expelled from the party.More Button

The Abattoirs Bill is due to come before the House.More Button

Order of Business.

There is a change to the Order Paper I was handed coming in. No. 16 appears to have vanished. Perhaps it has something to do with Deputy Rabbitte’s reference to the puma in Monaghan because it referre...More Button

How long will we have to discuss electronic voting tonight?More Button

I oppose this guillotine.More Button

Question put: “That the proposal for dealing with No. 23 be agreed.”
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I object to the use of the guillotine because, very serious matters concerning the State Airports Bill remain to be discussed and questions have not been answered. Given that no business plans have be...More Button

Question put: “That the proposal for dealing with No. 25 be agreed.”
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According to the schedule of business for the week, a discussion on the outcome of the EU-US summit at Shannon has not been proposed. A number of important questions need to be answered. The transfer ...More Button

I know that.More Button

National Monuments (Amendment) Bill 2004: Report Stage (Resumed) and Final Stage.

As the time permitted for this debate has expired I am required to put the following question in accordance with an order of the Dáil of this day: “That the amendments set down by the Minister for the...
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Written Answers - Aquaculture Development.

Asked the minister: if his Department has investigated reports of illegal mussel dredging in the oyster beds of Lough Swilly; if this dredging is harming those oyster beds; if action has been taken on the promise made in...More Button

Written Answers - Decentralisation Programme.

Asked the minister: the number of posts decentralised in the Central Statistics Office move to Cork; the number of posts filled on promotion and by staff maintaining their current grade in each case; the number that were...More Button

Written Answers - Electronic Payments.

Asked the minister: the progress that has been made by his Department to date in implementing the recommendations of the Accenture report, Delivering a World Class Payments Environment, which was published in June 2003; ...More Button

Written Answers - Mayo Landslide.

Asked the minister: if he has finalised his proposals to compensate farmers affected by a landslide at Dooncarton, north Mayo; if a package of €100,000 was promised in respect of this in March 2004; if he has decided on ...More Button

Written Answers - Irish Language.

Asked the minister: the progress that was made during Ireland’s EU Presidency in regard to having Irish recognised as an official EU language; if he expects that Irish will be recognised as an official EU language within...More Button

Written Answers - Departmental Staff.

Asked the minister: the number and grade of personnel in his Department dealing with Latin America; their role and function; and his views on whether the full potential in trade, manufacturing and investment of the regio...More Button

Written Answers - Trade Relations.

Asked the minister: the extent of bilateral trade between Ireland and Cuba for each of the past five years; and the trade sectors involved.More Button

Written Answers - Ministerial Travel.

Asked the minister: the number of visits by Irish ministers to Cuba in the past five years; the Ministers involved in each case; and the number of official invitations issued by Cuban authorities.More Button

Written Answers - Bilateral Agreements.

Asked the minister: the extent of bilateral agreements that exist between Ireland and Cuba; and if agreements exist in the area of drugs control and movement of drugs and in the area of prisoner transfer.More Button

Written Answers - Special Educational Needs.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the fact that 51 Down’s syndrome children are awaiting assessment by his Department for provision of full-time learning assistants for the school year beginning in S...More Button

Asked the minister: the number of cases being assessed in the special education section of his Department; the number of cases being assessed by the national educational psychological service section of his Department; t...More Button

Written Answers - Medicinal Products.

Asked the minister: the extent of the use of antidepressant pills among young persons and children here; his views on whether the extent of usage of such pills is excessive and inappropriate; and if he will make a statem...More Button

Written Answers - National Lottery Funding.

Asked the minister: if he has received an application from the Mayo Cancer Support Association for national lottery assistance; if this application has been assessed; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers - Hospital Services.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the six-month delay in having routine ultrasound abdominal tests carried out at Mayo General Hospital; his views on whether a six-month waiting period is excessive f...More Button

Written Answers - Water Fluoridation.

Asked the minister: his views on mandatory fluoridation; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Asked the minister: if he has plans to change the process and method of providing fluoridation to public water supplies; the scientific evidence available to him in this regard; and if he will make a statement on the mat...More Button

Written Answers - Residency Permits.

Asked the minister: if an application for a residency visa by a person (details supplied) can be considered on humanitarian grounds; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers - Irish Language.

Asked the minister: the progress which has been made during Ireland’s EU Presidency in regard to having Irish recognised as an official EU language; if he expects that Irish will be recognised as an official EU language ...More Button


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