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Bertie Ahern Briefs May June July 1998

Bertie Ahern Briefs May June July 1998

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21 Briefing note for meeting of 20 May 1998 PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19 & 46(1)(b)22Supplementary note for meeting of 20 May1998PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19 & 46(1)(b)23Briefing note for meeting of 26 May 1998 PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19, 21, 23, 26, 27, 28, 31 &
46(1
)(b)24Supplementary note for meeting of 26 May1998PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19, 21, 26, 27 & 3125Briefing note for meeting of 3 June 1998 PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19, 21, 26, 27. 28 & 3126 Supplementary note for meeting of 3 June1998PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 6 & 1927 Briefing note for meeting of 9 June 1998 PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19, 21, 24. 26, 27.31.46(1)(b) & 46(1)(d)28 Supplementary note for meeting of 9 June1998PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19, 24&46(1)(b)29Briefing note for meeting of 12 June 1998 PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSection 1930Briefing note for meeting of 16 June 1998PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19, 28&46(1)(b)31 Briefing note for meeting of 23 June 1998PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19, 21, 26, 27, 31 &
46(1
)(b)32Briefing note for meeting of
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July 1998 PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19, 21, 26, 27, 28, 31,
46(1 )(b)
& 46(1)(d)33Supplementary note for meeting of
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July1998PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSection 1934 Briefing note for meeting of 8 July 1998 PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19&46(1)(b)35Briefing note for meeting of 15 July 1998PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19&46(1)(b)36Briefing note for meeting of 20 July 1998 PartReleaseArticle28of the ConstitutionSections 19 & 2437Briefing note for meeting of 22 July 1998PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19, 21, 26, 27 &38(Early draft of) Briefing note for meeting of27 July 1998PartReleaseArticle 28 of the ConstitutionSections 19 & 2739 FOI requests log from 2003 to 2005PartReleaseSection 28
 
GOVERNMENT MEETING ON WEDNESDAY 20TH MAY, 1998Taoiseach.
AGENDA
ITEMS
Item No. 1Ambassador of Jamaica to Ireland: AppointmentThis is the first appointment of an Ambassador of Jamaica to Ireland. He will beresident in Brussels.Item No. 2Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies School of Celtic Studies:Appointment of a Senior ProfessorThe Minister is recommending Fergus Kelly, Lit.D, as a Senior Professor to fillthe vacancy created by the retirement of Proinsias MacCana, in July, 1996.Item No. 3Central Bank: Report and Accounts, 1997This is the normal annual item which is due for publication on 27 May, 1998.£98.758m. accrued to the Exchequer as surplus income of the Bank.Item No. 4Aer Rianta Report and Accounts, 1997There is an increase a 6.7% on net profits from the previous year. The cashsurrender to the Exchequer in 1997 was £14.9m. as against £12.9m. in 1996.Under the provisions of the Air Navigation Bill currently at report stage in the Dail,the 3 State airports (Dublin, Shannon and Cork) will be formally vested in thecompany with effect from 1 January next.Item No. 5Coillte Teo: Annual Report and Accounts, 1997There was an increase in profits of 4.8% over 1996.The Chairman comments on the "unexpected and disappointing outcome" totheir efforts to acquire a majority shareholding in Balcas, which was prohibited bythe Tanaiste under the Mergers and Takeovers (Control) Acts, 1978-1996. Youwill recall that this came before Government, on two occasions.
 
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Item No. 6IMMA: Annual Report and Accounts. 1996The basic Government grant-in-aid increased by 4% to £1,390,000 in 1996. TheMuseum's own generated income rose from £185,000 to £226,000 in 1996.The Chairman is seeking statutoItem No. 7Office of the Attorney General: Annual Report 1996/7This is the first Annual Report on the Office of the Attorney General and coversthe periodAppendix I to the memorandum sets out progress achieved in relation torecommendations of the 1995 Review of the A G 's Office. The staffing of thedrafting side needs urgent attention and the A G 's Office are discussing thisaspect with the Department of Finance in the context of the recent Governmentdecision to establish a Statute Law Revision and Consolidation Unit.The Attorney General is progressing the implementation of recent Governmentdecisions relating to the Reports of the Law Office Review Group andConsultants on the Law Reform Commission.Item No. 8Convention on Jurisdiction and Recognition and Enforcement ofJudgements in Matrimonial Matters: SignatureIt is intended that this EU Convention and Protocol be signed when they areopen for signature by Member States on 28/29 May, 1998.Ireland will be making a declaration to the effect that our courts will be allowed torefuse to recognise a divorce which had been obtained on the basis of a falseclaim to habitual residence in another Member State.Legislation will be required for the adoption of the Convention and Protocol.

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