Friday, 22 June 1928
Dáil Éireann Debate
The system is that when a Bill is passed by the Dáil it is sent to the Seanad, and if the Seanad amends it the amendments come before us and, under Standing Orders, are considered in Committee. They a...
LOCAL AUTHORITIES (MUTUAL ASSURANCE) BILL, 1928—SECOND STAGE.
No amendment could be introduced to this Bill which would mean putting a liability on State funds. There is no doubt at all about that. But whether an amendment could be put into the Bill to put a b...
The question is that the Bill be read a Second Time. With regard to the situation that has arisen on the Bill, the Second Stage is a time when questions larger than those on the Bill may be raised. ...
An amendment cannot be introduced at this stage. It is a question for consultation and agreement. That is why I gave a certain liberty. On the Committee Stage of the Bill there are certain restrict...
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