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20/02/2019
114. Deputy Catherine Murphy asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if he will address matters (details supplied) in relation to the services directive; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [8567/19]
20/02/2019
115. Deputy Louise O'Reilly asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the reason the 2014 EU consumer protection guidelines for online gambling have not been implemented in view of a recent study carried out by a person (details supplied). [8545/19]
20/02/2019
116. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if consideration has been given to carrying out a survey of victims of crime who engage with the Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal with a view to ascertaining if those that engage experience a process of secondary victimisation or trauma due to the set-up of the system. [8586/19]

117. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if all staff of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal receive specialist training in dealing with victims of crime; and if not, the reason therefor. [8587/19]

118. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the steps he is taking to clear the backlog of cases that has built up in the Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal. [8588/19]

119. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the rationale for granting the Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal a fixed budget of €4 million per year in view of the fact that this sum is perceived as insufficient to cover the quantum of annual payouts by the body. [8589/19]
20/02/2019
120. Deputy Catherine Murphy asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the amount of cash seized and-or frozen from persons exiting and entering the State by the Garda cyber crime bureau by way of electronic funds transfers in the past five years; the amount of cash returned to persons on appeal annually by amounts; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [8604/19]
20/02/2019
121. Deputy Clare Daly asked the Minister for Justice and Equality further to Parliamentary Question No. 126 of 7 February 2019, if the MABS-Abháile scheme will be broadened to include analysing mortgage accounts to examine if the accounts were run correctly and to establish if the product was suitable for the distressed families or if the accounts have been affected by the tracker scandal; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [8608/19]
20/02/2019
122. Deputy Catherine Murphy asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the progress made on implementing all aspects of the 20-Year Strategy for the Irish Language 2010 to 2030 that are relevant to his Department and bodies under his remit; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [8624/19]
20/02/2019
123. Deputy Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the number of start-up entrepreneur applications received in each of the years 2015 to 2018 and to date in 2019; the number approved by year; and the number rejected by year. [8646/19]

124. Deputy Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if an applicant under the start-up entrepreneur programme is required to demonstrate a minimum level of assets in addition to the sum to be invested in the start-up; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [8647/19]
20/02/2019
125. Deputy Carol Nolan asked the Minister for Justice and Equality when the report in relation to unlicensed security personnel will be published. [8665/19]

126. Deputy Carol Nolan asked the Minister for Justice and Equality his views on whether the PSA should be provided additional sanctioning and investigative powers to deal with the aggressive behaviour or potential aggressive behaviour of security personnel involved in the repossession of homes, farms and other property; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [8666/19]
20/02/2019
127. Deputy Catherine Martin asked the Minister for Justice and Equality his plans to review the cost of obtaining Irish citizenship with a view to reducing the cost for adult non-widows, widowers and surviving civil partners of Irish citizens in view of the fact that it is prohibitive for many potential applicants; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [8722/19]