Hogan, Patrick

Wednesday, 26 May 1965

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 215 No. 15

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Local Government Provisional Order Confirmation Bill, 1965 [Seanad]: Second Stage.

Not my city manager.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Workmen's Compensation.

This is becoming a debate.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Weekend Leave for Hospital Patients.

The Deputy is making a statement, not asking a question.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Vote 40—Industry and Commerce (Resumed).

This is Vote 40 and the Minister is concluding on it.More Button

I do not know what the Deputy is referring to. This is the Estimate, I understand, that is before the House.More Button

The Vote is for £4,544,000.More Button

I do not know what the Minister has.More Button

That is as I understand it. If Deputy Hogan wishes to ask a question—he says it is a small matter—there would be no difficulty in asking a question.More Button

I take it the Minister is concluding on the Estimate before the House?More Button

This will hardly get us anywhere. I understood the Minister is concluding on the Estimate which was discussed.More Button

The Estimate which was discussed ; that specifies it well enough.More Button

Putting the question might resolve the matter.More Button

He can move an amended Estimate.More Button

All Estimates are put before the House for discussion, if the House wishes to discuss them.More Button

The Minister may move an amended Estimate or he may move——More Button

There cannot be two motions before the House at the same time.More Button

It is still before the House. It is quite irregular to have two motions before the House at the same time.More Button

I do not think any useful purpose is served by continuing this barrage across the floor of the House.More Button


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