Mitchell, Olivia

Wednesday, 1 October 2008

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 662 No. 2

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Credit Institutions (Financial Support) Bill 2008: Committee Stage.

Hear, hear.More Button

I support the remarks made earlier by Deputy Bruton and also by Deputy Noonan in stating we need more information as to what we are doing here. We need more information on what it is we are trying to...More Button

While the banks, the Government and the Central Bank have told us the banks are sound, the market does not think so — that is the reality. We are, of course, supporting the notion of giving a guarante...More Button

Indeed, and this is very relevant. The situation is quite scary. In the case of AIB, one of our main banks, 60% of its total loan book is concentrated in the property sector, either in residential m...More Button

We need to see the terms and conditions to know what will happen with regard to these people. Is there any requirement for the banks to restructure their loans? Will they be allowed to make a massiv...More Button

Will there be any watchdog system to ensure the banks’ portfolios are more balanced in future? I am not trying to be populist about the banks. I recognise that we all want to be part of the dream. F...More Button

If the Minister does not restore confidence in the banking system, we will be back here in two years’ time doing exactly what we are doing now but we will have an economy in freefall.More Button

Energy Poverty: Motion.

Amendment put.
No IndicatorVoted No More Button

Credit Institutions (Financial Support) Bill 2008: Committee Stage (Resumed) and Remaining Stages.

Question put.
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Written Answers - Air Services.

Asked the minister: the action he has taken in view of the technical difficulties experienced by the radar system at Dublin Airport; and if he will make a statement on the matter. More Button

Written Answers - Site Acquisitions.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the future need for either one 32 class school or two 16 class schools in the greater Kilternan area as is provided for in the Kilternan local area plan; the commu...More Button


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