Mr. Razouk Daher, certificate granted on 3 June, 1981;Mr. Philip Noujaim, certificate granted on 3 June 1981;Mr. Kamal Fustok, certificate granted on 3 June, 1981;Mr. Bechara Anis Shoukair, certificate granted on 29 September, 1982;Mr. Michael Albinia, certificate granted on 29 September, 1982;Mr. Slieman Youssef Moubarak, certificate granted on 29
September,1982;Mr. Wael Khairi had a certificate granted on 19th September, 1982;Mr. Mohamad Moubarak, then a minor, certificate granted on 29thSeptember, 1982;Mr. Mehsen Youssef Moubarak, then also a minor, certificate granted on29 September, 1982;Mr. Kamal Moukarzel, certificate granted on 8 December, 1982;Mr. Adnan Moubarak certificate granted on 8 December, 1982;Ms. Leila Moubarak certificate granted on 8 December 1982;Mr. Antoine Ghorayeb, certificate granted on 8th December 1982;And finally Ms. Faten Moubarak, then a minor, certificate granted on 4May, 1990.All of these certificates of naturalisation to which I have referredwere issued when Mr. Charles Haughey was Taoiseach. The records inrelation to these naturalisations appear to have been kept by theDepartment of Justice on the same file. In the course of its privateinquiries, the Tribunal has been informed by Dr. John O'Connell, formerCeann Comhairle and former member of the Oireachtas, who appears tohave sponsored and promoted the majority of these applications, thatall of these persons were relatives of or were connected to Mr. MahmoudFustok and that Mr. Kamal Fustok, who was naturalised on 3 June 1981,was the younger brother of Mr. Mahmoud Fustok.It will be recalled that in July 1999, the Tribunal heard evidence inconnection with a lodgement on the 19th February, 1985, of IR£50,000 toan account in Guinness & Mahon Ireland Limited in the name of AmiensSecurities Limited. At this remove, IR£50,000 may not seem to be aparticularly large sum of money, but that sum must be viewed in thecontext of money values at that time. Some two years later, in 1987,the Taoiseach's annual salary was approximately IR£47,000.The Amiens Securities account, to which I have referred, was an accountfrom which it appears that payments for the bill-paying serviceoperated by Haughey Boland on behalf of Mr. Haughey were made. It willbe recalled that the bank's records show that the source of thislodgement was a cheque payable to cash drawn on an account of Dr. JohnO'Connell, former Ceann Comhairle and former member of the Oireachtas.