Adams, Gerry

Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 754 No. 3

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Leaders’ Questions

I agree with Deputy Martin regarding the plight of citizens who are waiting for new medical cards and who are caught in a bind because they have not received their medication. However, I want to talk...More Button

There is a certain benign arrogance in the way the Taoiseach addresses some of these questions. One week he referred to citizens as being mad and this week he referred to them as spluttering into the...More Button

——he avoided the question——More Button

Why cannot there be a full grant aid scheme? Just before Christmas, the Minister said this could cost citizens in excess of €8,000 but last night he said it would cost €100. I have attended public m...More Button

In any society people should have safe sewerage and the State should uphold that. When one forces a system on people through a series of threats, fines and all the rest, why can the Minister not simp...More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions (Resumed) - Appointments to State Boards

Asked the minister: the board appointments from his office that have been made in the recent past; and if he will make a statement on the matter. More Button

Athraithe polaitiúla agus athraithe tríd an gcóras a dúirt Fine Gael a bheadh ann faoi Rialtas Nua. Dúirt an Taoiseach é sin i rith an toghcháin beagnach bliain ó shin, ach ní sin atá ag tarlú nó atá...More Button

I have indicated to the Taoiseach on previous occasions my view that the committees do not have any real power and should instead be modelled on those in operation on Capitol Hill. Putting that to on...More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions (Resumed) - Official Engagements

Asked the minister: if he raised the issue of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings with the British Prime Minister David Cameron at his meeting of 12 January 2012. More Button

Asked the minister: if he raised the issue of the murder of human rights solicitor Pat Finucane during his meeting with the British Prime Minister David Cameron on 12 January 2012. More Button

Asked the minister: if he will provide a report on his attendance at the British-Irish Council meeting on Friday 13 January 2012. More Button

I thank the Taoiseach for raising the issues of the Ballymurphy killings, the Dublin-Monaghan bombings and the killing of Pat Finucane with the British Prime Minister, Mr. Cameron. I would like to re...More Button

I thank the Taoiseach for raising these issues with the British Prime Minister. My colleagues and I were involved in very close negotiations with the British Government for at least ten years in a ve...More Button

I did not give it. The Irish Government helped the people in Derry.More Button

Order of Business

A Leas-Cheann Comhairle, I was waiting for you to read out motion No. 11. I may be remiss but I want to put it on the record that this effort to put together participation in the European Union battl...More Button

International Agreements: Motion

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International Co-operation: Motion

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Written Answers - Prison Deaths

Asked the minister: if he will establish an office of prisoner ombudsman to investigate all deaths in the custody of the Irish Prison Service to ensure equivalency of human rights guarantees as part of the State’s oblig...More Button

Written Answers - Prison Conditions

Asked the minister: if he is satisfied that the current procedures regarding deaths in prison custody comply with the terms of the European Convention on Human Rights. More Button

Written Answers - Commemorative Events

Asked the minister: if he has any plans to develop a permanent exhibition to the famine in the National History Museum of Ireland in Dublin; and if he will make a statement on the matter. More Button


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