Fahy, Frank

Friday, 31 March 1939

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 75 No. 4

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Order of Business.

Not later than 2 o'clock.More Button

Yes, so I understand.More Button

The House understands that it will be too late to move to sit late unless the motion is taken before 12 noon.More Button

Then it may be taken that the House will not sit later than 2 p.m. if Vote 41 is finished by that hour.More Button

Estimates will be discussed till 2 o'clock.More Button

It would be better to move to sit late now in order to finish Vote 41, the House understanding the intention of the motion.More Button

Would 4 o'clock be suitable?More Button

The understanding is that Vote 41 will be finished by 4 o'clock, and that the Minister will be allowed at least half an hour in which to conclude.More Button

Yes.More Button

The Minister might now move to sit up to 6 o'clock, if necessary.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Vote 41—Local Government and Public Health (resumed).

On this Vote?More Button

We shall see.More Button

The Deputy may not advocate legislation on an Estimate.More Button

The Deputy, of course, is referring to the speech made by the Minister for Finance on the Vote on Account?More Button

On that occasion, the Minister was called upon to conclude. Let us hope he did conclude.More Button

Surely that matter can be settled in another arena?More Button


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