O Snodaigh, Aengus

Thursday, 3 November 2005

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 609 No. 67

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Private Members’ Business - Irish Unification: Motion (Resumed).

We do not want the Deputy’s view of it.More Button

Criminal Law (Insanity) Bill 2002 [Seanad]: Second Stage.

We have consensus amongst the relevant sectoral groups that the Criminal Law (Insanity) Bill 2002 is to be generally welcomed as a concerted effort to reform this previously neglected area of law, whi...More Button

Priority Questions - Defence Forces Equipment.

Asked the minister: the type of equipment he envisages being purchased for any potential EU battle group involving Irish troops; and his views on assertions by NATO officials that the battle groups will need to be equipp...More Button

The Minister’s answer is similar to one he gave me in May last, which is a pity because he has not grasped that operating in EU battle groups will require the purchase of additional equipment. Is the ...More Button

Did the Minister read the documents? He is the Minister for Defence.More Button

The Minister can use long words if he likes.More Button

The Minister can say what he likes, for all I care. I do not trust him.More Button

I have a brief supplementary question.More Button

If the Minister stuck to answering the question, it would help.More Button

Other Questions - EU Battle Groups.

The Minister has indicated that there will not be increased standing in terms of battle groups. Is he aware of the commitment to develop the necessary military capabilities? He mentioned earlier the r...More Button

Other Questions - Commemorative Events.

I welcome the fact the Government has decided to hold the commemoration of the 1916 Rising once again. Has any consideration been given to including more than just the Defence Forces? Is there a commu...More Button

Written Answers - Defence Forces Strength.

Asked the minister: the number of Defence Forces personnel engaged in operational duties relating to the Border each year for the past ten years.More Button

Written Answers - Juvenile Offenders.

Asked the minister: the reason there was no follow up to a complaint made to gardaí in Killarney, County Kerry by a person (details supplied) in Dublin 17.More Button

Written Answers - Garda Investigations.

Asked the minister: if he has received correspondence from a person (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Asked the minister: if the case in the matter of the death of a person (details supplied) will be re-opened.More Button

Asked the minister: if he is satisfied with the Garda investigation into the death of a person (details supplied) and with the manner in which this investigation was conducted, in particular the investigation into events...More Button

Asked the minister: if he is satisfied with the actions of a detective (details supplied) who it has been alleged discouraged some potential witnesses in the matter of the death of a person (details supplied) from making...More Button

Asked the minister: if statements to the effect that a person (details supplied) was being harmed by a number of individuals in a pub or nightclub on the night of their death are present in a Garda station.More Button

Asked the minister: if he is satisfied with the report of Dr. Harbison on the death of a person (details supplied) in view of the assertions of two other forensic pathologists brought to their attention.More Button

Written Answers -

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the serious allegations of crimes being committed among legal and banking sectors in Donegal and Derry from a person (details supplied) in County Donegal; and the ac...More Button

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