Keane, John

Thursday, 27 June 1946

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 32 No. 2

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When the train of my thoughts was broken last night by the intervention of Senator Ryan on a point of order, I was trying to develop the background of the past in relation to local government services...More Button

I submit that my remarks are entirely appropriate to the conclusions I have reached with regard to the amendment. I consider that we have to look at this section in relation to a completely different...More Button

I think that I have said enough on that point. I wish to ask the Minister what I have already asked him—can he give us figures with regard to the total rates raised in the past year, because I have b...More Button

Surely, Sir, I am giving the reasons why the report of any inquiry held before the local authority is abolished and the servants of the central authority put in, should be published? It is all leadin...More Button

I submit it is within the scope of my amendment. My amendment is very wide in its purpose but I think I have come to the end of my remarks in any case. Here we are in this position. Without cause s...More Button

Will the Minister say——More Button

Very small.More Button

May I ask the Senator a question? I am not trying to obstruct him. Into what category would a matter of this kind fall? If it were a question of a conflict—the Minister may say a building is adequa...More Button

Hear, hear!More Button

I do not doubt it at all. It could be got around in lots of ways.More Button


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