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Aiken, Frank

Thursday, 15 December 1966

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 226 Nbr. 5


Written Answers. - Council of Europe Budget Proposals.

This Opinion was examined by the Committee of Ministers at Deputy level and their decision, in which the Irish Representative concurred, was that the very great majority of the estimates submitted ...More Button

On three points only—and these were not of a major nature—was the Committee of Ministers unable to approve the requests put forward by the Assembly.More Button

Written Answers. - Council of Europe Resolutions.

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Written Answers. - Council of Europe Recommendations.

I would refer the Deputy to the reply given to a similar question on 15th December, 1965. The position remains as was indicated in the reply to that question.More Button

This Recommendation has been examined by the Committee of Ministers at Deputy level and their decision, in which the Irish Representative concurred, was:More Button

(1) That the grant made under the 1966 Budget for the Intermunicipal Exchange Development Plan should be continued in 1967;More Button

(2) that the question of an increased grant in future and that of the permanent inclusion in the Council's Budget of a sub-head relating to the exchanges should be considered later in the light of...More Button