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Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Bill 2019: Committee Stage (Resumed) and Remaining Stages (11 Jul 2019)

Maureen O'Sullivan: I want to make it clear that I am not saying we should not be providing information to the other jurisdiction. I am very much supportive of the provision of information. It has to be acknowledged that efforts in this jurisdiction to get information about atrocities that happened here are not succeeding. Over 45 years have passed since the Dublin and Monaghan bombings. Some of the other...

Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Bill 2019: Committee Stage (Resumed) and Remaining Stages (11 Jul 2019)

Charles Flanagan: I thank Deputy Maureen O'Sullivan for tabling this amendment and initiating the discussion we are having now and had late last night. I am not in a position to accept her amendment. I understand and appreciate the level of frustration that has been identified and amplified here regarding the lack of response to or significant engagement with the Dáil motions on the matter of the Dublin...

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

The Dáil went into Committee to consider amendments from the Seanad.

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Seanad amendment agreed to.

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Seanad amendment agreed to.

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Seanad amendment agreed to.

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Seanad amendment agreed to.

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Jim O'Callaghan: When is it likely these appointments will be made? We welcome the fact that the Court of Appeal will have six more members, but it is important to ensure they are appointed promptly. The delays in the court's list are currently of 18 months to two years. If the Minister could provide any information as to when the nominations will be made, I would appreciate it.

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Charles Flanagan: I acknowledge the importance of the legislation as part of the overall reform package and am very grateful to the House for facilitating its passage on the last day of the current Dáil term. I intend to set the wheels in motion to facilitate the appointment by the President of the new judges to the Court of Appeal in September. We are unlikely to have the process completed by the time...

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Seanad amendment agreed to.

Courts (Establishment and Constitution) (Amendment) Bill 2019: From the Seanad (11 Jul 2019)

Seanad amendments reported.

Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Bill 2019: Committee Stage (Resumed) and Remaining Stages (11 Jul 2019)

Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Bill 2019: Committee Stage (Resumed) and Remaining Stages (11 Jul 2019)

SECTION 3Debate resumed on amendment No. 1: - (Deputy Maureen O'Sullivan)

Criminal Justice (International Co-operation) Bill 2019: Committee Stage (Resumed) and Remaining Stages (11 Jul 2019)

Jim O'Callaghan: On moving the amendment last night, Deputy Maureen O'Sullivan made a number of valid points about the lack of co-operation Ireland has received from the United Kingdom, UK, in respect of the public investigations the State has carried out into the Dublin and Monaghan bombings. In particular, the inquiry conducted by Mr. Justice Barron and, to a lesser extent, the investigation conducted by...

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