Neville, Dan

Wednesday, 10 November 1993

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 138 No. 3

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Order of Business.

I ask the Leader if we can have a debate on the national plan now that it is being questioned. Those of us from rural Ireland are extremely concerned that the EC are querying the amount for regional ...More Button

Irish Aviation Authority Bill, 1993: Committee Stage.

I support the amendment. I ask the Minister to reconsider his decision on this matter and to look at the concerns of people in Shannon. Jobs have been lost due to the change in Government policy towa...More Button

——because of the expansion due to the change in status. Those with the skills are currently in the Shannon region and when they move, the area will be denuded of these good people. If the Minister a...More Button

——but now it can give practical expression to that support by accepting this amendment.More Button

For years the procedure in this House has been that one name goes down on a Committee Stage amendment. (Interruptions.)More Button

That is always the procedure on Committee Stage. Senator Howard is representing us.More Button

Last week, the Minister for Equality and Law Reform, Deputy Taylor accepted amendments from this side of the House.More Button

Minister Taylor saw the progressiveness of this side of the House and I ask the Minister from the Fianna Fáil side to do likewise.More Button

Go back to the Shannon scheme.More Button

Yes, destroyed it.More Button

Refugee Protection (No. 2) Bill, 1993: Order for Second Stage.

I move: “That the Second Stage be taken now.” Question put and agreed to.More Button

Refugee Protection (No. 2) Bill, 1993: Second Stage.

I welcome the Minister of State at the Department of Justice, Deputy O'Dea, to the House. In October 1990 a young Chinese student, Mr. Lau, who had joined the huge demonstration for democracy in Chin...More Button

The Senator is.More Button

That information is in the Bill.More Button

One did.More Button

I thank the Senators who contributed to the debate and who agreed on both sides of the House with the thrust of the Bill. I am disappointed that the Government will not accept the Bill, which is oper...More Button

It should and it would. If there are areas where the Senator would like to amend the Bill to ensure that the unusual circumstances to which he referred are covered, it could be done so that natural ...More Button

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