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Ahern, Dermot

Wednesday, 12 June 1996

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 466 Nbr. 7


Order of Business.

We should be caught more often then and have some of the Minister's own people go AWOL.More Button

I read the newspaper this morning and heard the media comments on what the Government intends to do. In this regard I waited for the Government Chief Whip to make contact. Will the Minister outlin...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Extradition Case.

Asked the Taoiseach: the contacts, if any, there have been between himself and the British Prime Minister or between his officials and British officials in the aftermath of the unsuccessful Anthony Duncan extradition c...More Button

Was there discussion between Irish and British officials about the problem that arose in the court as to whether the detective superintendent from London physically brought over the warrant and pl...More Button

During the last Question Time on this matter I asked the Taoiseach whether, to his knowledge or that of the Attorney General, the detective superintendent, on the occasion of the court case, was in...More Button

Does the Taoiseach not accept what the Minister for Justice has already confirmed — that the British superintendent was interviewed on the occasion of the court case and subsequently? On a r...More Button

Since there was discussion between the offices of the two Attorneys General and between the Taoiseach's office and that of the British Prime Minister on the day of or the day after the court case i...More Button

A discussion in that respect must surely have included——More Button

——reference to the whereabouts of the first warrant. When dealing with the liberty of an Irish person, there is no way the authorities on this side of the Irish Sea could go into court...More Button

Not adequately.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - All-Party Talks.

Members on this side of the House appreciate more than most the difficult position in which any Government will have found itself in recent years in regard to contacts with persons on both sides o...More Button

Are the ground rules cast in stone?More Button

Written Answers. - Tax Rebate.

Asked the Minister for Finance: the current position regarding a rebate of emergency tax due to a person (details supplied) in County Cavan in respect of summer work with the North-Eastern Health Board during each of the years 19...More Button