Burke’s missing persons legislation will come into operation this Friday
Minister for Justice & Equality, Charlie Flanagan TD, signed the Commencement Order to bring the Civil Law (Presumption of Death) Act 2019 into operation from Friday, 1st of November 2019.
Statement from Hildegarde Naughton TD
Speech from Government Chief Whip, Seán Kyne TD, regarding the Voting Issues
Just over a year ago I was appointed Government Chief Whip. It is an honour and a privilege to hold this office with its varied responsibilities and duties that are central to the running of the Dáil, specifically with regard to Government business.
Speech by Deputy Martin Heydon in Dáil Éireann 24th October 2019
Minister announces €500,000 to support Irish Higher Education Institutions preparing for the pilot European Universities Initiative
The Minister for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D. today (24 October) launched a call for applications for financial support for eligible Irish higher education institutions (HEIs), in advance of the second call of the European Universities Initiative by the European Commission.
Fine Gael adds candidates in Waterford
The Fine Gael Executive Council has added two councillors as candidates for the Waterford constituency in the next General Election.
Statement from Fine Gael
Rather than respond to issues of genuine public interest concerning the behaviour of Deputies Dooley, Collins and Chambers, Fianna Fáil has spent the last four days trying to muddy the waters and distract from their failure to answer outstanding questions.
Does Micheál Martin still have confidence in Timmy Dooley for top European job? – Richmond
As an investigation by the Ceann Comhairle into voting irregularities concerning Fianna Fáil Deputy Timmy Dooley gets underway, a Fine Gael Senator has asked if Micheál Martin still has confidence in Timmy Dooley for a key role in the powerful ALDE party.
Failure to correct Dáil record shows Lisa Chambers does not respect integrity of voting system – Phelan
Deputy Lisa Chambers has shown a blatant disregard for the integrity and importance of the Dáil voting system, a Fine Gael Minister of State has said.
Fianna Fáil must come clean on voting scandal – Heydon
It is time for Fianna Fáil to openly admit everything they know about their voting scandal as the drip feed of information into the public continues, Fine Gael party chairman Martin Heydon has said.