Hogan, Patrick

Wednesday, 20 February 1963

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 200 No. 1

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Business of Dáil: Motion.

First of all, the amendments to Deputy Dillon's motion, namely, Deputy Dunne's amendment and then Deputy McQuillan's and Deputy Browne's amendment.More Button

Deputy Dunne's amendment will be voted on first, and then Deputy McQuillan's and Deputy Browne's.More Button

At the end of proceedings on this motion.More Button

On the Labour Party motion?More Button

Yes, of course.More Button

When the motion is moved.More Button

I said after the motion is moved.More Button

I said “after”.More Button

I am putting the motion to the House.More Button

I have said “after the motion has been moved and seconded.”More Button

In the ordinary way, the procedure is that the amendment is moved immediately after the motion has been moved and seconded but the present is a peculiar situation in which there is a motion to obtain ...More Button

Government White Paper on Incomes and Output: Motion.

Please allow Deputy John A. Costello to make his speech.More Button

Deputy John A. Costello must be allowed to speak and these interruptions must cease.More Button

It is at the discretion of the Chair that Deputy Costello is called. Having been called, he must be permitted to speak.More Button

Deputies must cease these interruptions.More Button

Deputy Costello should not be interrupted from either side of the House, but particularly by Deputies on his own side.More Button

Deputy Costello must be allowed to proceed.More Button

The Ceann Comhairle and the Leas-Cheann Comhairle on their own responsibility call Deputies. It is at their discretion. Six Deputies have spoken already. Four Opposition Deputies have spoken and two ...More Button

An ex-Taoiseach, as between two Deputies, is entitled to preference. Deputy J. A. Costello got preference. Six Deputies have spoken—four Opposition Deputies and two Government Deputies. Surely that...More Button

The Labour Party got their speaker. Six Deputies have spoken—four from the Opposition and two from the Government Benches.More Button

I am endeavouring to distribute the debate as evenly as possible.More Button

I acted according to the order made by the House.More Button

A motion was moved.More Button

How many does the Deputy want?More Button

The Minister for Justice—— (Interruptions.)More Button

Order.More Button

Order.More Button

Order. Please allow the Minister to proceed.More Button

Order. Deputies must stop interrupting the Minister.More Button

I am addressing my remarks to the House.More Button

I am making my remarks to the House.More Button

The Minister is entitled to speak. Deputies continue to interrupt the Chair. It has come to that. They will not even hear the Chair. I am asking Deputies on all sides to refrain from interrupting ...More Button

It is not for me to say whether his speech is silly or not. The Minister is entitled to make his speech without interruption. That is all I am concerned with. Deputies cannot make any case for inte...More Button


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