Calleary, Seán

Thursday, 5 December 1991

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 130 No. 14

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Developments in the European Community: Motion (Resumed).

He was not talking about Ireland when he was talking about cohesion in the European context.More Button

I heard Mr. Major on television.More Button

I may need a couple of minutes after 4 o'clock and I beg the indulgence of the House.More Button

We have come to the conclusion of the second debate in a week in the Oireachtas on the process of European economic and monetary union and of political union. Both debates have been extremely positive...More Button

I thank Members for their kind remarks. I also enjoy interrupting and answering back. Amendment put. The Seanad divided: Tá, 13; Níl, 28. TáMore Button

Adjournment Matter. - St. Stephen's Green (Dublin) Cycle Path.

What is the motion?More Button

At St. Stephen's Green?More Button

The word “around” was left out. I am afraid the answer I have is not going to be relevant to what the Senator is asking for. My answer relates to a bicycle lane on the footpath at St. Stephen's Green ...More Button

My answer, unfortunately, deals with inside the railings of St. Stephen's Green.More Button

Do, please.More Button

Who was in Government at the time?More Button

It depends on what time in 1982.More Button

I am replying on behalf of the Minister of State at the Department of Finance. I thank Senator Hederman for affording me an opportunity to address the House. It is appropriate that the Dutch Ambassado...More Button

On reflection, I believe Senator Hederman would not support a proposal which clearly would necessitate substantial interference with the trees at the edge of the footpath and would cause considerable ...More Button

Point taken. The Seanad adjourned at 5 p.m. until 2.30 p.m. on Wednesday, 11 December 1991.More Button

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