Dáil Éireann - Volume 8 - 25 July, 1924
CEISTEANNA—QUESTIONS. ORAL ANSWERS. - THE WOOD RENTON COMMISSION.
MICHEAL O hAONGHUSA MICHEAL O hAONGHUSA
MICHEAL O hAONGHUSA asked the President whether he will explain the cause of the delay by the Wood Renton Commission in dealing with cases of destruction by British Forces where the claimants did not go to court to get decrees under the Malicious Injuries Acts; whether he can say if the Wood Renton Commission, when dealing with claims, takes into account the political views of the claimants, and, if so, why.
The PRESIDENT The PRESIDENT
The PRESIDENT: The Minister for Justice went at length yesterday into the complaints made by Deputies as to alleged delay on the part of the Wood Renton Commission in dealing with various classes of claims, and I do not think I can add anything to what he has said on the subject. As to the particular type of non-decree case referred to by the Deputy, I feel sure that the Commission do not take into account the political views or claimants when considering claims.
Dáil Éireann 8 CEISTEANNA—QUESTIONS. ORAL ANSWERS. THE WOOD RENTON COMMISSION.