Deputy John Deasy: I was looking for the correspondence from the Secretary General of the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht; I do not know if it was sent to me.
The Clerk to the Committee might remember this. I asked the Secretary General a question specifically about Department's specific plans to memorialise the people who died in 1916. The Department spent a good deal of money in 2014. I believe it was €22 million, but the witnesses were to come back and outline the specific plans they had to memorialise those individuals who died in the Rising. I have not read this but-----
Chairman (Deputy John McGuinness): Was it in the last paragraph?
Deputy John Deasy: It is just the same old raméis that I have seen in the past year. It is vague. There are no specifics.
Chairman: We can write to them and ask for clarification on that, saying what the Deputy has just said.
Deputy John Deasy: What I told him was very clear, and he was clear in his response, but that is anything but clear.