Treacy, Seán

Thursday, 11 November 1976

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 293 No. 11

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Building Societies Bill, 1975 [Seanad]: Second Stage (Resumed).

I will allow the Deputy to develop his point.More Button

Order.More Button

Deputy Briscoe on the Bill before us. General housing does not arise. The Deputy should await the Minister's Estimate to deal in detail with housing. On this occasion we must confine our remarks to...More Button

The Deputy is getting back into an area I advised him to keep away from, general housing. It is not relevant to this Bill.More Button

Deputy Briscoe knows that is not relevant. It is not in order.More Button

The Deputy is getting into an area which should be discussed on another occasion.More Button

I have allowed the Deputy to develop that point but he must now get back to the Bill.More Button

The Deputy must get back to the Building Societies Bill.More Button

The Chair is anxious to avoid all interruptions.More Button

I am afraid, Deputy, grants are not relevant on this Bill.More Button

Matters appertaining to loans and grants from local authorities should be left to the Estimate for Local Government.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Fisheries Development.

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This question has been going on for too long. I shall allow a brief supplementary each from Deputy O'Kennedy and Deputy Allen, following which we must pass on to the next question.More Button

I am calling Question No. 8.More Button

We must move on to the next question.More Button

It is not in order to go back to another question.More Button

I want to deal with other questions also. Brevity, please.More Button

Order.More Button

Question No. 11.More Button

Order. I have given Deputies every latitude. I have called the next question.More Button

I have sought to facilitate the Deputy in every way.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - NISO Grant-in-Aid.

Question No. 13.More Button

Order. We are entering into the realm of argument now. Question No. 13.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Land Commission Workers.

Order.More Button

Question No. 16.More Button

We are having a repetition of questions.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Sligo Estate.

That is a separate question.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Youth Organisations.

Order.More Button

Question No. 20 is postponed. The remaining questions will appear on the Order Paper for the next sitting day of An Dáil.More Button

Electricity (Supply) (Amendment) Bill, 1976: Second Stage (Resumed).

I am sorry to interrupt the Deputy. He will appreciate the Minister is replying to the Second Reading of this Bill and there can be no further debate. I will facilitate the Deputy by way of a questi...More Button

The Deputy may not intervene in such a fashion. He has been making a speech.More Button

If the Deputy has a question I will facilitate him.More Button

The Minister must be allowed to reply.More Button

It is not a point of order.More Button

I cannot allow that now.More Button

This procedure is not in order. The Deputy must resume his seat and allow the Minister to reply. If he has a relevant question at the conclusion of the Minister's speech the Chair will facilitate hi...More Button

Next Stage?More Button

Adjournment Debate: Employment Seekers.

Deputy Lalor gave me notice of his intention to raise on the Adjournment the subject matter of Question No. 35 on the Order Paper of 3rd November, 1976.More Button

In so far as the Chair is concerned, Deputy Lalor, the Chair has no power to compel a Minister to reply to a question, neither has the Chair any control in respect of replies and, indeed, never had. ...More Button

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