White, Mary M.

Wednesday, 20 February 2008

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 188 Nbr. 14

Order of Business.

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Northern Ireland Issues: Statements (Resumed).

This debate deals with a matter of great national importance. It is about a series of atrocities perpetrated on innocent people in our country, including the bombings of 1974 in Dublin and Monagha...More Button

Today’s debate is about justice for victims and about how victims and survivors were, and are, treated. We know more today about the circumstances in which the attacks on Dublin and Monaghan...More Button

Thanks to the work of the committee, the testimonies and experience of victims and their families have been heard publicly and in an appropriate way. We saw the emotion, pain and anguish of the su...More Button

The issue of collusion between the security forces and paramilitaries in perpetrating these attacks always has been a central, unanswered question. Sadly, that remains true to this day. Our Gover...More Button

At Weston Park, the Taoiseach tried valiantly to persuade the British Government to fully co-operate. For our part, under the former Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform, former Deputy Mi...More Button

We have reached a profoundly positive new stage in the peace process in Northern Ireland. Relationships between unionism and nationalism, between North and South and between east and west have nev...More Button

Sitting suspended at 2.05 p.m. and resumed at 2.45 p.m.More Button

Economic Outlook: Motion.

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