Norris, David P.B.

Wednesday, 27 November 1991

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 130 No. 11

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Order of Business.

I would like first to refer to an item on the Supplementary Order Paper, that is, Government's response to the European Court case ruling which I obtained over three years ago. I think I have been fai...More Button

On the Supplementary Order Paper up to the summer recess, it was Item No. 17. I do not have the supplementary list that is relevant. I have the one up to the summer.More Button

I am aware of that. I was attempting to be helpful. (Interruptions.)More Button

It is also, I may say, summer in Australia.More Button

I am prepared to be a member of any parliamentary assembly, a Chathaoirligh, as, I understand, you are yourself. You show a marked interest in being a member of all kinds of parliaments. I share your...More Button

I cannot give you the precise number but I can read it into the record: That Seanad Éireann expresses concern at the Government's total lack of action in meeting the requirements of last October's jud...More Button

Thank you, a Chathaoirligh. I would like also to support the call for a debate on Northern Ireland that has been very generally made today. I think I have been consistent in either initiating this or ...More Button

Liability for Defective Products Bill, 1991: Committee Stage (Resumed).

What about Iraq?More Button

I am surprised that any Minister would gloat over the conclusion of a beef deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran, particularly when the representative involved was described — if I heard the Minister...More Button

I am replying to the Minister's remarks. I am in the same field as the Minister.More Button

I have two points to make. In some respects this Bill is itself a mildly defective product because some things absent from this Bill ought to be included. It does not address a couple of issues, of wh...More Button

I am addressing the principle; I am not supporting the amendment which deleted something. I would like to put a slightly different point, I would not restrict this to electricity. The Minister gives a...More Button


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