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Joint Committee of Inquiry into the Banking Crisis: Statements (28 Jan 2016)

Ciarán Lynch: In its final report published today the Oireachtas banking inquiry concluded that there were two crises - a banking crisis and a fiscal crisis. These were directly caused by four key failures - in banking, regulatory, Government and Europe. The theory of a soft landing or gradual slowdown for the Irish economy was never substantially tested or challenged, and the idea of a guarantee was not...

Leaders' Questions (24 Sep 2015)

Ciarán Lynch: The Deputy has got a bit stuck.

Banking Inquiry: Motion (25 Nov 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: I thank the Ceann Comhairle and the members of the Committee on Procedure and Privileges for the work they have done in examining the proposal over recent weeks resulting in tonight's motion. I also thank the Whips for accommodating the speaking time this evening. Today is an important day. Later this evening when we agree the motion to empower the banking inquiry committee to conduct an...

Finance Bill 2014: Second Stage (Resumed) (5 Nov 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: I thank Deputy Ó Cuív for facilitating me by allowing me to speak before Private Members’ business. If a week is a long time in politics, a year is certainly a longer time. This time last year, when we debated the Finance Bill 2013, the projected adjustment to take place this year was put at €2 billion. It was to be achieved through taxation-raising measures, public...

Order of Business (8 Jul 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: We have not gone away.

Establishment of Joint Committee of Inquiry into the Banking Crisis: Motion (14 May 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: Today, we as parliamentarians are being provided with an opportunity to demonstrate that this Parliament can carry out a fair and balanced inquiry that will answer many of the key unanswered questions behind the banking crisis that has impacted heavily on Ireland and the people. The people have waited a long time for this inquiry to be established. Today is the first step and a journey of...

Order of Business (20 Feb 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: First, I apologise for any disrespect I may have cast on the Chair earlier this morning. Also, comments were made earlier this morning-----

Order of Business (20 Feb 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: -----that cast aspersions-----

Leaders' Questions (20 Feb 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: On a point of order-----

Leaders' Questions (20 Feb 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: A remark was made that cast aspersions on the competence of the Judiciary to carry out an inquiry.

Leaders' Questions (20 Feb 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: If Members of this House have no confidence in the Judiciary, they should say so and we can debate the matter.

Leaders' Questions (20 Feb 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: The matter should be debated in the House.

Leaders' Questions (20 Feb 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: All of the Opposition Members who are contesting-----

Leaders' Questions (20 Feb 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: -----or casting aspersions-----

Topical Issue Debate: Flood Relief Schemes Funding (4 Feb 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: We are talking about a process of accreditation that exists in other jurisdictions, with which insurance companies operating in Ireland, such as Zurich, and others in Germany comply. It would mean that when the Office of Public Works or local authorities carry out accredited engineering, remedial or flood-prevention works in those areas, the insurance company would be compelled to buy into...

Topical Issue Debate: Flood Relief Schemes Funding (4 Feb 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: I thank the Minister of State for coming to the House to take this issue. I ask him the status of the memorandum of understanding between the OPW and the insurance industry on ensuring that insurance is offered to households and businesses where flood remediation work has been carried out. This evening, people in Cork are bracing themselves for a flood that is expected to arrive at 8.30...

Topical Issue Debate: Medical Card Reviews (29 Jan 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: I will wrap up. I will make a very short response if the Acting Chairman gives me a bit of leeway. The patient or the person caring for the patient can be made aware of the requirements of the review and if necessary can be assisted in completing the forms by hand or on-line. The Minister of State will say that many pharmacists can deal with the prescriptions. I propose that the...

Topical Issue Debate: Medical Card Reviews (29 Jan 2014)

Ciarán Lynch: I thank the Minister of State for his response and for being open to my proposal. The proposal is not a question of changing the qualifying criteria. The criteria remain exactly the same for those who qualify and those who do not. I am proposing a change in the system and its operation that provides a better quality service to the customer who holds the medical card. A difficulty arises...

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