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111. Deputy Lisa Chambers asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the legislative and operational measures he has undertaken to develop and implement systems to collect biometric data to responsibly identify terrorists. [7332/19]

112. Deputy Lisa Chambers asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the challenges being faced in setting capacity to collect biometric data to responsibly identify terrorists. [7334/19]

113. Deputy Lisa Chambers asked the Minister for Justice and Equality if he is sharing biometric data relating to terrorist activities with other relevant states, Interpol and other relevant international bodies. [7336/19]

114. Deputy Lisa Chambers asked the Minister for Justice and Equality the way in which he is ensuring that the collection and exchange of biometric data is carried out in compliance with domestic and international human rights law. [7338/19]

Answer

Minister for Justice and Equality (Deputy Charles Flanagan): I propose to take Questions Nos. 111 to 114, inclusive, together.
The information requested by the Deputy cannot be provided in the time available. I have requested the information sought from the Garda Commissioner and I will write to the Deputy on receipt of same.