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Written Answers — Health Services: Health Services (3 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: Question 253: To ask the Minister for Health and Children when a person (details supplied) in Dublin 4 will be found a nursing home close to their spouse and their home; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [19129/07]

Written Answers — Citizenship Applications: Citizenship Applications (3 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: Question 522: To ask the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform the status of an application to the Irish naturalisation and citizenship section by a person (details supplied) in Dublin 4; when it is expected to be granted; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [18906/07]

Written Answers — Rural Resettlement Scheme: Rural Resettlement Scheme (3 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: Question 591: To ask the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the number of families in the Dublin City Council area who have availed of the rural resettlement programme for each of the years 2002 to 2006. [19128/07]

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: I congratulate the Leas-Cheann Comhairle on his appointment and I look forward to working with him for the next five years and hopefully beyond. I am delighted to have this opportunity to speak because this issue goes beyond incinerators and incineration. Fine Gael's motion has less to do with waste management than with political points-scoring. It will not make any difference to the siting...

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: Fine Gael has done nothing but offer words.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: Fine Gael is trying to give the impression it is united in its opposition to the incinerator. Last February, however, Fine Gael and Labour voted against a motion opposing the incinerator.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: It would do no harm if Deputy Burke came to visit Sandymount.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: Do the Fine Gael Deputies know where the Poolbeg Peninsula is? I do not think so. They do not know where it is.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: I suspect they do not know where Ringsend is.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: Deputy Ring is making it up as he goes along. Will he stop making it up?

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: I am sure the Leas-Cheann Comhairle will make allowances for Deputy Ring's interruptions which he seems to be expert at these days.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: People in the Visitors Gallery last night and tonight would be forgiven for thinking that Fine Gael and those who signed this motion care about this incinerator. If they care so much, why did they not support the meeting of the Combined Residents against Incineration last week when the petitions committee came to Dublin? There was no sign of the Labour Party or Fine Gael there.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: I was supporting the residents.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: This is a politically motivated motion.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: I supported the residents along with the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, Deputy Gormley. I did not see anyone from Fine Gael there.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: The Fine Gael Members have decided to try to interrupt people now. Maybe the next time the petitions committee comes to Dublin they will show their support for the residents in Ringsend and Sandymount. We should not have a situation whereby four sites are examined but a private company picks a site and completes only one environmental impact study. Dublin City Council made this decision...

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: Fine Gael has done nothing and this motion is only a cheap attempt to hide that party's inability to do anything about anything.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: Fine Gael has done nothing to prevent incineration in Dublin.

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: Should we scrap An Bord Pleanála?

Waste Management: Motion (Resumed). (4 Jul 2007)

Chris Andrews: Fine Gael is pro-incineration.

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