Fahey, Frank

Thursday, 5 February 2009

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 673 No. 4

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Stabilisation of the Public Finances: Motion (Resumed).

I believe that five minutes is plenty. I want to make two proposals to the Taoiseach and Minister for Finance. In this time of unprecedented financial and fiscal challenge, which is affecting every ...More Button

I know Opposition Members do not like this because it would call their bluff.More Button

We should let the Opposition see the books.More Button

It is very important that we have solidarity and responsible Government and Opposition. More Button

While Fine Gael has made some attempt to give us alternatives, as I said in my speech on 30 October, I am particularly saddened by the attitude of the Labour Party.More Button

I said then that Deputy Gilmore and Labour are trying to be all things to all men.More Button

It does not work.More Button

It does not work in this climate. As a student in UCG in the 1970s I voted for Deputy Rabbitte as president of the students’ union and I also voted for Deputy Gilmore in that role. Deputy Rabbitte w...More Button

Deputy Gilmore recently told us he wants a general election and wants to become Taoiseach. It is now imperative for Deputy Gilmore to take up my challenge this morning and examine the finances of the...More Button

The populist babble and the shock horror tactics we have heard from Deputy Gilmore in recent times was good in the 1970s when he was president of the students’ union in UCG but is not good enough now....More Button

Question put: “That the words proposed to be deleted stand.”
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Question put: “That the motion is hereby agreed to.”
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