The Minister. With monies voted by the Oireachtas, the Minister provides the PSA with the resources that it requires to function. While day-to-day responsibility for managing the PSA is vested in its Chief Executive (with oversight from the Board), the Minister and the Government are ultimately accountable to the Oireachtas for the performance of the PSA as a publicly funded State body under the aegis of the Minister.
The Minister. (1) The Minister is responsible for the Condominium Authority’s fulfilment of its Statutory Mandate. The Act requires the Minister to report publicly on the Condominium Authority’s activities. For this purpose, the Minister requires timely access to information from the Condominium Authority as set out in the Information Sharing Protocol, attached as Schedule “B”.
The Minister. As far as I am concerned, whether I support it or not is immaterial. (Interjection) The fact is the rule of law is that position. The fact is that, allowing for the purchase of the land at Xxxxxxx Road and the other access route into the property, then I feel that the Minister has done the job with good faith and this Hon. Xxxxx has nothing but to support the principles that we have signed a contract. The Speaker: Xx Xxxxxx. Xx Xxxxxx: Could I ask the Minister why the deal, or the details of this deal, which is on public land, should remain hidden away from public scrutiny? The Speaker: Minister to reply.
The Minister. [COMMENT]Use this first "notice of receipt" text for First Nations (i.e. Bands) that have an Agreement with FNIHB and a separate agreement with INAC (Common Recipient). Other Recipients such as (Tribal Councils, incorporated entities, Treatment Centres, etc. are not to use this clause.[/COMMENT]