Gilroy, John

Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 213 No. 4

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EU Fiscal Compact Treaty: Statements, Questions and Answers

It still will be.More Button

Yes, the Senator is.More Button

It is a good job we did not send the Senator to negotiate for us.More Button

I welcome the Minister of State to the House. I welcome the opportunity to speak today on the implications of the fiscal compact treaty. When I heard and read about it first I was concerned about th...More Button

That will lead us to one point of view. We could move in another, perhaps more productive, direction and consider our situation in the wider European context. There is a compelling argument that the...More Button

The main concern regarding this course of action has been articulated as moral hazard. The monetisation of debt is a radical measure and one the markets will not tolerate easily. In order to make th...More Button

There is no referendum.More Button

Senator Daly is scaremongering.More Button

Education (Amendment) Bill 2012: Report Stage

Briefly, on the issue of redeployment, I strongly support the Minister’s position because in extreme circumstances we cannot have a veto, particularly given the present control framework and the new s...More Button

The Teaching Council it is. I believe there is adequate mechanism in place to come to an agreement after consultation and if that does not happen we must act because we do not want a situation where ...More Button

Electoral (Amendment) Political Funding Bill 2012: Second Stage (Resumed)

Will Fine Gael win four seats?More Button

Education (Amendment) Bill 2012: Report Stage (Resumed) and Final Stage

Amendment put.
No IndicatorVoted No More Button

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