Treacy, Seán

Wednesday, 22 June 1988

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 382 No. 6

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Order of Business.

Is the proposal for the late sitting today agreed? Agreed.More Button

Is the proposal that No. 5 be taken without debate agreed? Agreed.More Button

Is the proposal for dealing with No. 4 agreed? Agreed. Are the proposals for dealing with Nos. 14 and 15 agreed? Agreed.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

I will communicate with Deputy McCartan. (Interruptions.)More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

That is not in order now, Deputy. (Interruptions.)More Button

The Deputy should find another way to raise that matter. Can I proceed——More Button

Let us now proceed to deal with Item No. 5, Agriculture (Research, Training and Advice) Bill, 1988, amendments made by the Seanad.More Button

Agriculture (Research, Training and Advice) Bill, 1988: From the Seanad.

Message to be sent to Seanad Éireann acquainting it with this decision accordingly.More Button

Intoxicating Liquor Bill, 1988: From the Seanad.

As often as the Deputy wishes.More Button

Will the House please come to order as it is not possible to hear what is being said in the Chamber.More Button

The Deputy is completely out of order. He is not adverting to the matter before the House and he has reflected on an occupant of the Chair. This is not good enough. I must ask the Deputy to apply h...More Button

That is so.More Button

The Deputy is deviating from the subject matter again.More Button

Let us get down to dealing with the amendments.More Button

I say again let us deal with amendment No. 1.More Button

Let us get down to dealing with the business before us.More Button

The Order of Business was decided upon — unanimously, I would remind Members — a very short time ago. Let us now deal with amendment No. 1.More Button

Will the Minister formally move the amendment?More Button

Let us hear the Minister.More Button

Let us not stray from the Intoxicating Liquor Bill before us.More Button

Let us hear the Minister out. Deputies may intervene at a later stage. Interruptions are not in order.More Button

May I intervene here to say that I would prefer if no reference were made to officials or parliamentary draftsman as such. The Minister is responsible. Personalities outside should not be referred t...More Button

Please, Deputy Barrett, you are straying very far from the amendment under consideration.More Button

References to officials ought not to be made.More Button

As it is now 12 noon, I am required to put the following question in accordance with an order of the Dáil of this date: “That Seanad amendments undisposed of are hereby agreed to in Committee, that th...More Button

A message will be sent to the Seanad acquainting it that the Dáil has agreed to the amendments made by the Seanad.More Button

Forestry Bill, 1988: Committee Stage.

Let me advise my parliamentary colleagues that we have with us in the Distinguished Visitors' Gallery some parliamentary colleagues from Spain, in the person of the President and Vice-President of the...More Button

Deputy Kavanagh, to speak on section 9.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Gaeltacht Employment Statistics.

Táimid ag dul ar aghaidh go dtí Ceist a Dó. (Cur isteach.)More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Irish Life plc.

The Deputy is extending the scope of the question which refers solely to Irish Life.More Button

This cannot go on.More Button

The Chair does his best.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Land Registry Staff.

Question No. 5. I should like to draw the attention of the House to the fact that I have been able to deal with only four questions in half an hour. If that is the way Deputies want to proceed, fair ...More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Leinster House Technology.

Question No. 6. (Interruptions.)More Button

I have called Question No. 6 and I insist on a response to the question.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - EC Special Border Areas Programme.

The question relates to County Louth.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Shannon Valley Authority.

Deputies, please let me make a little progress. I will allow a brief supplementary question from Deputies Noonan and Naughten.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Financial Compensation Under EC Schemes.

The Chair has been expressing concern about the lack of progress in Questions today. I am surprised that any Deputy should feel aggrieved—— (Interruptions.)More Button

Private Members' Business. - Fisheries (Amendment) Bill: First Stage.

Deputy McCoy moved yesterday that leave be given to introduce this Bill and the motion was opposed. In accordance with Standing Order 92 (4) the debate was adjourned until now in Private Members' Tim...More Button

Yes, I do.More Button

I have gone into the matter and I am quite satisfied.More Button

I am proposing to do as I have stated and I am quite satisfied with that procedure.More Button

I assure the Deputy and the House that I am well fortified by precedents in this matter.More Button

I am not prepared to argue the matter now, Deputy. I am quite happy about it.More Button

If the Deputy seriously wishes to challenge my ruling, there is a procedure laid down. He may not do so now.More Button

I am well aware of the wording of that rule.More Button

I am calling on Deputy McCoy to speak for five minutes.More Button

I repeat my satisfaction in respect to the procedure that I am now adopting.More Button

My office will be glad to facilitate the Deputy.More Button

I am calling Deputy McCoy to proceed to move his motion. The Deputy has five minutes.More Button

We have a situation again where a Deputy remains seated when called upon.More Button

The Chair will give no explanation of his ruling; he does not have to.More Button

The Deputy may not challenge the ruling of the Chair. As I have said, if he wants to——More Button

The Chair is demonstrating its fairness in this matter.More Button

That is so.More Button

No, I am not going to be challenged on my ruling.More Button

I am proceeding with the business now. I am asking Deputy McCoy to proceed.More Button

It is not, by any means.More Button

I call Deputy McCoy.More Button

I am quite happy about my interpretation.More Button

I call Deputy McCoy.More Button

I call Deputy McCoy again. I am asking him again to proceed. If the Deputy does not proceed with his motion now, I shall have to call another speaker.More Button

That is not my function. I call Deputy McCoy.More Button

I am calling Deputy Doyle.More Button

The Deputy has already made that point.More Button

I am completely satisfied in regard to my action in the matter. I have discretion in this matter and I exercised it.More Button

I gave my decision independently of Whips or anybody else.More Button

Not now. My office will be glad to facilitate the Deputy. I will see to it that you are so informed.More Button

I am calling item No. 27, Private Members' motion on the subject of extradition.More Button

Private Members' Business. - District Court Extradition Procedures: Motion (Resumed).

Deputy Brian Swift was in possession. The Deputy has 21 minutes.More Button

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

Perhaps the Deputy should be allowed to make his address without interruption.More Button

Estimates, 1988. - Votes 27-30: Department of Education (Revised Estimates) (Resumed).

In respect of the revised Estimates for the Education group, a division was challenged on Friday last. In accordance with the Order of the House I now put the question: “That Votes 27, 28, 29 and 30...More Button

Estimates, 1988. - Votes 40 and 41: Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation.

On item No. 16, the revised Estimates for Foreign Affairs and International Co-operation, a division was challenged last Friday. In accordance with the order of the House I now put the question: “T...More Button

Estimates, 1988. - Tobacco (Health Promotion and Protection) Bill, 1988: Committee and Final Stages.

Let us hear the Minister without interruption.More Button

I am sorry to interrupt the Deputy. I have given a lot of latitude on this Final Stage of the Bill, but the speeches we are hearing are more appropriate to Second Stage. Speeches at this Stage shoul...More Button

Adjournment Debate. - Gaelscoil Míde (Dublin).

Deputy McCartan gave me notice of his intention to raise on the Adjournment the subject of accommodation at Gaelscoil Míde, Baldoyle, County Dublin.More Button

Ten minutes.More Button

Does the House agree to that?More Button

Please, Deputy Cosgrave.More Button


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