Keane, John

Thursday, 24 August 1933

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 17 No. 17

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With regard to the evicted tenants, might I ask what the practice with regard to the length of time is. The claims are now passed on to grandchildren and they are very remote from the original evicte...More Button

In conection with this section, Senators are entitled to get a certain amount of information from the Minister. The effect of this section in operation will be a form of indirect pressure on the farm...More Button

Apart from the rights or wrongs of evicted tenants, the question arises as to how this is to work. The Land Commission is asked to draw up a list entirely ex hypothesi of those whom they recognise as...More Button

I must protest. I suppose the Senator is putting his own interpretation on what I said. What I said yesterday, or what I intended to say, and I believe what I did say, was that the onus of defending...More Button

Might I ask the House to agree that the Minister should now wind up the debate on this amendment?More Button

I move that the Question be now put. Amendment put and declared carried, Senators Mrs. Clarke, Quirke, D.L. Robinson and S. Robinson dissenting. Amendment 41 not moved. Section 34, as amended, agreed ...More Button

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