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Gilmore, Eamon

Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 765 Nbr. 3


Comptroller and Auditor General (Amendment) Bill 2012: Second Stage (Resumed).

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Written Answers - Constitutional Amendments

Was asked: the funds that were used to publish the stability treaty pamphlet that has been delivered to homes around the country; the amount the pamphlet cost; and the company that was used to deliver it. More Button

Was asked: in respect of the booklet which has been furnished to each household in the country in relation to the European Fiscal Stability Compact, the location at which this document was printed; if it was ...More Button

Was asked: in respect of the booklet which has been furnished to each household in the country in relation to the European Fiscal Stability Compact, where this particular document was printed; if it was print...More Button

Was asked: in respect of the booklet which has been furnished to each household in the country in relation to the European Fiscal Stability Compact, where this particular document was printed; if it was print...More Button

I propose to take Questions Nos. 148 and 150 to 152, inclusive, together.More Button

The Government negotiated the Stability Treaty acting on behalf of and in the interests of the Irish people. For that reason, the Government has a duty to inform the public and has organised the m...More Button

The largest element of the Government’s information campaign involves the delivery of a copy of the Treaty to every household in the country. The Stability Treaty Guide was printed by an Iris...More Button

Exact costs are not yet finalised, however the total cost of the Treaty Guide in terms of design, printing and distribution is in the region of €600,000. The necessary budget has been allocat...More Button

Written Answers - UN Commission on Population and Development

Was asked: his views on the UN Commission on Population and Development resolution on the theme of adolescents and youth; and if he will make a statement on the matter. More Button

Written Answers - Human Rights Issues

Was asked: if he will make a statement regarding his position on the humanitarian situation in the South Kordofan region of Sudan More Button

Was asked: in view of the serious and humanitarian needs of the affected population in South Kordofan and the Nuba Mountains, if he will call for full humanitarian access to be facilitated by the Governments ...More Button

Written Answers - Regulatory Impact Assessments

Was asked: the number and description of any regulatory impact assessments that have been undertaken by his Department on legislation or proposed legislation since 9 March 2011; the stage in the legislative/p...More Button

Legislation brought forward by my Department does not normally impact significantly on the regulatory environment and no regulatory impact assessments have been undertaken by my Department on legis...More Button

Written Answers - Appointments to State Boards

Was asked: [347] the appointments made by him to State boards under the remit of his Department since March 2011 that were advertised; and if he will make a statement on the matter. More Button

There are no State boards under the aegis of my Department.More Button

Written Answers - Middle East Peace Process

Was asked: if he will support the Palestinian hunger strikers before the political situation in Israel gets out of control. More Button

I have followed closely the hunger strikes undertaken by a large number of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli custody. I have stated publicly my view that the widespread use by Israel of administra...More Button

I am very pleased, therefore, by the announcements from both Israeli and Palestinian officials that agreements have been reached on the issues under contention, and that all prisoners have accordin...More Button

I very much welcome the outcome to this episode. I welcome Israel’s response to the representations made to it and its agreement to what are apparently substantive changes in practice. It i...More Button