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Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin: Whatever failings you have——

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Rory O'Hanlon: I ask Deputy Ó Caoláin to allow the Taoiseach to respond.

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Bertie Ahern: I have answered this question already. I based this judgment on a far more difficult decision when we came to the Bloody Sunday tribunal, and Prime Minister Blair, against the advice of everybody in his administration and elsewhere, pressed ahead to set up the inquiry. On another terrible incident the Government, through a former chief justice, made a similar request of him. The Deputy is...

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Pat Rabbitte: I am prepared to take at face value what the Taoiseach has said in his assessment of the politicians he has dealt with. Is there not a question about the intelligence on which they rely? We have seen dramatic and unprecedented evidence of this in the past 72 hours where the President of the United States is prepared to reverse engines on the reasons for going to war and is now inquiring into...

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Joe Higgins: The Taoiseach is now the only person who believes there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Pat Rabbitte: ——presumably because the British intelligence services are afraid the American inquiry will show they relied on the Brits——

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Rory O'Hanlon: We seem to be rambling outside the substance of the questions. We have gone past Taoiseach's questions and I ask the Deputy to be brief.

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Pat Rabbitte: Merely because the Taoiseach dealt in good faith with the political heads in Downing Street and Stormont does not mean there is no cause for concern about some of the matters that have been raised here. The Taoiseach has told us that a different order of inquiry would, in his opinion, be unlikely to elicit a greater extent of co-operation from the British authorities. Does the Taoiseach...

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Bertie Ahern: This was a call made by the justices, based on the information supplied by those who responded to them. They spent several years on this and I am sure they interviewed as many people as they could. I cannot say what information or evidence Mr. Donlon would have had. However, it was open to people to submit statements and many did so. Even people living abroad who were not interviewed...

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Pat Rabbitte: While I know the Taoiseach opposed the war last year, he does not have a great record on this.

Dublin-Monaghan Bombings. (3 Feb 2004)

Bertie Ahern: I opposed the war last year. MI5 or MI6 information would have nothing to do with Northern Ireland. We do not talk to MI5 or MI6 and I do not have any great information on them. The Deputy asked about the international element of the inquiry and by and large we were satisfied with the arrangements for the Bloody Sunday inquiry. From the Government's perspective, the Justice Cory inquiry has...

Priority Questions. (3 Feb 2004)

Priority Questions. (3 Feb 2004)

National Waste Management Plan.

National Waste Management Plan. (3 Feb 2004)

Bernard Allen: Question 137: To ask the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government when the national waste management plan will be published; and if he will make a statement on his plans to deal with toxic and nuclear waste. [2845/04]

National Waste Management Plan. (3 Feb 2004)

Martin Cullen: Under the Waste Management Acts 1996 to 2003, each local authority is required to make a waste management plan in respect of its functional area. All local authorities involved in the waste management planning process have made plans and are now actively engaged in the process of implementation. My Department has been developing a national overview of waste management plans. This national...

National Waste Management Plan. (3 Feb 2004)

Bernard Allen: I have heard enough to know the Minister is putting the cart before the horse. He is admitting in the Dáil that he expects local authorities to produce a waste management plan, yet no national waste management plan exists. Would the Minister agree that it is highly negligent to involve himself in very expensive advertising campaigns on television and radio, when people cannot implement the...

National Waste Management Plan. (3 Feb 2004)

Martin Cullen: I am not surprised that the Deputy, a member of the Fine Gael Party who brought in the legislation, does not know what is in the legislation they introduced. It delegated specific authority. We agreed in Ireland to a regional approach to the implementation of the hierarchy of integrated waste management plans. I am glad to say that in spite of the bleating from the Fine Gael and Labour...

National Waste Management Plan. (3 Feb 2004)

Rory O'Hanlon: The six minutes for this question are concluded.

National Waste Management Plan. (3 Feb 2004)

Bernard Allen: The Minister spent most of the time speaking but I did not get an opportunity to ask supplementary questions. Surely the Minister cannot waffle out of the situation. That is ridiculous. I have one supplementary question. Where is he proposing to store the nuclear waste? He said in committee that four sites were being considered. Where are they?

National Waste Management Plan. (3 Feb 2004)

Martin Cullen: I regret I could not answer the question in full, but the remainder will be made available.

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