Rabbitte, Pat

Tuesday, 8 February 2005

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 597 No. 2

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Ceisteanna — Questions - Official Engagements.

Asked the minister: if he will make a statement on his participation in the EU summit in Brussels on 16 and 17 December 2004.More Button

Asked the minister: the discussions or contacts he has had with other leaders on the margins of the EU summit in Brussels on 16 and 17 December 2004.More Button

I do not think the Taoiseach referred to the situation regarding Kofi Annan and the United Nations — if he did I did not hear him. I recall the Dutch Prime Minister pledging the support of the Europea...More Button

Leaders’ Questions.

It is reported in the media that the Government this morning considered the latest report of the Independent Monitoring Commission. Based on what he has seen of the latest report of the IMC, has the T...More Button

Judging from what the Taoiseach has said, there is no ambiguity and no doubt about the clarity of the conclusions in the report of the Independent Monitoring Commission. I hear what the Taoiseach says...More Button

Order of Business.

The Deputy has made a good case for promotion.More Button

Northern Ireland Issues: Motion.

I welcome the Fine Gael motion. The Labour Party will support it. I welcome the fact that the Government was able to come around to supporting it. I pay tribute to the Taoiseach, the Minister for Fina...More Button

Written Answers - Mobile Telephony.

Asked the minister: the consequences of the European Commission’s decision to uphold the recent ruling by the Commission for Communications Regulation that more competition is needed in the mobile phone market here; his ...More Button

Asked the minister: his views on the recent joint ofcom and ComReg report into cross-Border telecoms issues; if initiatives are planned to reduce the cost of cross-Border calls; if the report addresses the issue of mobil...More Button

Written Answers - Companies Investigations.

Asked the minister: further to Parliamentary Questions Nos. 23 and 28 of 16 December 2004, the reasons for the Tánaiste giving her authorised officer a direction to cease investigative work under section 19 in regard to ...More Button

Asked the minister: further to Parliamentary Questions Nos. 23 and 28 of 16 December 2004, the statutory power that was exercised by the Tánaiste in giving a direction to her authorised officer to cease investigative wor...More Button

Asked the minister: further to Parliamentary Questions Nos. 23 and 28 of 16 December 2004, the steps which were taken in order to transfer responsibility for the investigation of these matters to the tribunals; if the re...More Button

Asked the minister: if and when SI 524 of 2001, the Company Law Enforcement Act 2001 (Section 34) Regulations, 2001, was annulled or withdrawn; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button


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