Conway, Martin

Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 214 No. 1

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I thank the Leader for organising the briefing on the European fiscal compact treaty. The coming weeks will involve a journey to define our future as a nation. Whatever the result of the referendum,...More Button

Any independent-minded Member of the Dáil or the Seanad who believes in Europe and wants to support the “Yes” campaign should make a declaration now and get in behind the campaign. The bus is going a...More Button

I call on civil society and people in business who realise the importance of this country having a central role in Europe to get out and campaign for a “Yes” vote. I also call on voluntary groups, fa...More Button

——those involved in education and those who have the interests of this country at heart to get out, join the bus and campaign for a “Yes” vote.More Button

Amendment put.
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Action Plan for Jobs 2012: Statements, Questions and Answers

Well done, Minister. My question is simple. He spoke at a conference here recently hosted by Ahead. The issue I want to raise is that the joined-up thinking among Departments still has not reached ...More Button

Adjournment Matters - Election Management System

I ask that young graduates, professionals and people who are competent but cannot get a job in Ireland because of the appalling economic downturn be given the opportunity of a day’s work on the day of...More Button

There is a perception that this work is a closed shop. Guidelines are only guidelines and it will be like judges’ pay unless there is a willingness to meaningfully engage. I take on aboard what the ...More Button

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