Dáil Éireann - Volume 430 - 11 May, 1993

Written Answers. - Draft National Development Plan.

20. Mr. J. Bruton asked the Minister for Finance if he will have arrangements made for Dáil Éireann to be consulted on the Government's draft national development plan before this is submitted to the EC for approval for funding.

24. Mr. Browne (Carlow-Kilkenny) asked the Minister for Finance if he will have arrangements made for Dáil Éireann to be consulted on the Government's draft national development plan before this is submitted to the EC for approval for funding.

34. Mr. Connaughton asked the Minister for Finance if he will have arrangements made for Dáil Éireann to be consulted on the Government's draft national development plan before this is submitted to the EC for approval for funding.

35. Mr. Crawford asked the Minister for Finance if he will have arrangements [1072] made for Dáil Éireann to be consulted on the Government's draft national development plan before this is submitted to the EC for approval for funding.

48. Mr. Allen asked the Minister for Finance if he will have arrangements made for Dáil Éireann to be consulted on the Government's draft national development plan before this is submitted to the EC for approval for funding.

56. Mrs. T. Ahearn asked the Minister for Finance if he will have arrangements made for Dáil Éireann to be consulted on the Government's draft national development plan before this is submitted to the EC for approval for funding.

62. Mr. Sheehan asked the Minister for Finance if he will have arrangements made for Dáil Éireann to be consulted on the Government's draft national development plan before this is submitted to the EC for approval for funding.

117. Mr. J. Bruton asked the Minister for Finance if Dáil Éireann will be permitted to consider the Government's draft national development plan before this is submitted to the EC for approval for funding.

Minister for Finance (Mr. B. Ahern): I propose to take Questions Nos. 20, 24, 34, 35, 48, 56, 62 and 117 together.

The Government will consider the most appropriate form of debate when it has completed its work on the plan.