Wednesday, 1 December 2004
Dáil Eireann Debate
Mr. Perry: I seek the adjournment of the Dáil under Standing Order 31 to debate the following urgent matter: the closure of Irish Ferries services to France from Rosslare with up to 300 job losses, with no alternative employment, and the imminent 24 hour strike on all Irish Ferries vessels operating from all key ports.
Mr. Kehoe: I seek the adjournment of the Dáil under Standing Order 31 to debate the following urgent matter: the closure of Irish Ferries with up to 300 job losses and the imminent protest outside the gates of Dáil Éireann tomorrow, the 24 hour strike from tomorrow and the major impact and disturbance this will create at all Irish ports out of which Irish Ferries operate.
Aengus Ó Snodaigh: Ba mhaith liom rún a mholadh an Dáil a chur ar athló ar an ábhar tábhachtach agus práinneach seo: go ndéanann an Teach seo impí ar Fhoras na Gaeilge agus INTERREG aistharraingt a dhéanamh ar na cinnidh de bharr feachtas polaitiúil ó dhílseoirí sna Sé Chondae iarratas ón nuachtán laethiúil Gaeilge Lá a chur ar leataobh, toisc go bhfuil an nuachtán ag athrúó chúig lá sa tseachtain go ceithre lá, agus go bhfuil cinneadh Fhoras na Gaeilge agus INTERREG ag teacht salach ar Chomhaontú Aoine Chéasta agus a bhaineas leis.
Mr. Morgan: I seek the adjournment of the Dáil under Standing Order 31 to debate the following urgent matter: given that 1 December is the deadline for landlords to register with the Private Residential Tenancies Board, the necessity for the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government to address the fact that only a small percentage of landlords have registered and that tenants whose landlords have failed to register will not have access to the new dispute resolution services; the necessity for the full rigours of the law to be applied to landlords who evade registration and the necessity for the Minister to outline what measures will be taken to ensure full compliance by landlords with the law.
Dr. Cowley: I seek the adjournment of the Dáil under Standing Order 31 to debate the following urgent matter: why six Mayo people requiring dialysis must bypass a state-of-the-art dialysis unit in Mayo and travel to Galway for dialysis and why one man who is so ill that he is not fit to travel will die without dialysis.
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