» Monday, April 30, 2007


Asked how the Taoiseach was proposed to address both Houses, the PMOS said that the Prime Minister recommended it to the Speaker, it was then for the Speaker of both Houses to decide. The Speaker has agreed in recognition of the work done by the Taoiseach in the peace process. Asked if peers and members of Parliament had a say in the matter, the PMOS said it would be through the normal channels. Asked when the address would be, the PMOS confirmed it would be the 15th May 2007.

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