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Belton, Louis J.

Wednesday, 27 March 2002

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 551 Nbr. 3


Order of Business.

What about the Attorney General?More Button

He is not a public servant.More Button

They should come out with their hands up.More Button

They never asked.More Button

The Tánaiste set up the inquiry but she could not find out—More Button

What about the messenger boy?More Button

The Ceann Comhairle should name the messenger boy.More Button

The Tánaiste is the Minister responsible for companies.More Button

Order of Business (Resumed).

When the rainbow Government is in office, the Tánaiste will be on the plinth.More Button

On the Order of Business earlier, a Cheann Comhairle, you ruled me out of order. I now ask the Tánaiste how many inquiries under the Companies Acts have she and her Department set up.More Button

It is very much in order and very appropriate at this time. I am asking the Tánaiste how many inquiries her Department has set up under the Companies Acts.More Button

The Tánaiste did not inquire into the main company on 19 December.More Button

Competition Bill, 2001 [ Seanad ] : Report and Final Stages.

I welcome the fact that associations will get the opportunity to express their views. RGDATA and the Vintners' Federation are important organisations and I hope the Tánaiste realises that.More Button