Boland, Gerald

Wednesday, 24 July 1968

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 65 No. 19

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An Bille um an Tríú Leasú ar an mBunreacht, 1968: An Coiste (Atógáil). Third Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 1968: Committee Stage (Resumed).

All I regret is that the Government have not seen fit to do away with a written Constitution altogether. The Constitution should never have been written down. The British Government take good care no...More Button

There are lawyers on either side and naturally every lawyer takes advantage.More Button

Take the Solicitors Bill. I was Minister for Justice when it was introduced. I remember it well.More Button

Am I out of order?More Button

If I am out of order, I will sit down. I thought we were amending the Constitution, or part of it, and I was saying it was a pity we are not amending it all. Is that in order?More Button

The point I want to make is that we had this Solicitors Bill and we took every precaution to make sure that it complied with the written Constitution. Subsequently some solicitor misconducted himself....More Button

Senator O'Quigley would like nobody to talk except himself.More Button

An Bille Um An gCeathrú Leasú ar an mBunreacht, 1968: Coiste. Fourth Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 1968: Committee Stage.

We had some Senators taking one attitude and some taking the other and the usual attitude of Senator FitzGerald of taking the two himself. He always manages to combine the two diametrically opposed vi...More Button


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