Treacy, Seán

Thursday, 20 July 1989

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 391 No. 7

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Appointment of Ministers of State.

It is not usual to allow Members to comment on an announcement.More Button

Order of Business.

Will the Deputy permit me to dispose of the Order of Business and then I shall facilitate him?More Button

Clearly this is not in order.More Button

This is contrary to normal procedure in the House and I cannot condone it.More Button

This is completely contrary to procedure and the Deputy is aware of that.More Button

I will facilitate the Deputy in raising matters appertaining to the Order of Business when the Chair has been facilitated in disposing of these matters.More Button

That can be asked on the question which I shall be putting to the House shortly.More Button

What has transpired up to now was completely out of order. I shall be glad to facilitate all Deputies when I have disposed of the Order of Business. Are the proposals for dealing with Nos. 1 to 19 a...More Button

Deputy Michael D. Higgins on the Order of Business.More Button

I am sorry, Deputy Higgins, I would much prefer if you would raise that matter in another way.More Button

If the Deputy is seeking my permission to raise the matter on the Adjournment I will communicate with him.More Button

Please, Deputy Higgins.More Button

I am sorry, Deputy Higgins, you must now resume your seat. You have made your point.More Button

Please, Deputies, I have not disposed of this matter.More Button

I have put the question to the House.More Button

I am on my feet, Deputy Higgins. Please conform to the rules of this House.More Button

There are many ways of raising that question, Deputy.More Button

I am simply conforming to the normal procedure in dealing with the Order of Business. I insist on doing that.More Button

That is a question I would allow at the appropriate time.More Button

Please, Deputy Shatter.More Button

As there is no motion before the House, we cannot have a debate on this matter now.More Button

Can I please dispose of business in the normal way? I will be glad to facilitate Deputies.More Button

Are the proposals for dealing with Nos. 1 to 19 agreed? Agreed. May I ask if the proposal for the Adjournment of the House is agreed?More Button

We cannot debate this matter now, Deputy.More Button

I have afforded Deputy Dukes every latitude to put that question.More Button

Please, Deputy Dukes, this is not good enough.More Button

I am calling Deputy Proinsias De Rossa.More Button

Please, Deputy Dukes. I have called Deputy De Rossa.More Button

I note the Deputy's amendment——More Button

Deputy Alan Shatter, on the resumption date.More Button

Please, Deputy Shatter, the question before the House is simply the date of resumption. The Deputy is bringing in extraneous matter.More Button

I note the amendment in the name of Deputy De Rossa that the date “24 October 1989” be substituted by the date “12 September 1989”. I am now putting the question: “That the date proposed to be delete...More Button

Will the Members who claim a division please rise? Deputies Mac Giolla, De Rossa, McCartan, Sherlock, Gilmore, Rabbitte, Gregory, Kemmy and Garland rose.More Button

As fewer than ten Members have risen, I declare the question carried. The amendment is lost. The names of Members dissenting will be recorded in the Journal of Proceedings of the Dáil. Yesterday in t...More Button

I allowed the Deputy some latitude in the matter.More Button

Please, Deputy Shatter, the statement is crystal clear. Deputy Proinsias De Rossa.More Button

If the Deputy wishes to change the rulings there are ways and means open to him.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

I have given the Deputy some latitude. This matter has been raised earlier.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

I suggest that the Deputy take steps to have that matter introduced at the Committee on Procedure and Privileges, through his own members on that committee.More Button

I am sure the Deputy will find ways of following up that matter.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy in connection with that matter.More Button

I will be in touch with the Deputy concerning that matter.More Button

I will be in touch with the Deputy concerning that matter.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

I will be in touch with the Deputy.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

I want to help Deputy McCormack. He need not elaborate now. I will be in touch with him concerning his request for an Adjournment debate.More Button

I understand, Deputy.More Button

The Deputy can find another way of raising that matter.More Button

Please, Deputy Boylan, desist.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

I will be in touch with the Deputy concerning the matter.More Button

The Deputy knows full well that is not in order now.More Button

Restoration of Bills to Order Paper.

I am putting the question: “That the following motions be agreed to. That, in pursuance of Standing Order No. 109 of the Standing Orders relative to Public Business, the Dún Laoghaire Harbour Bill, 19...More Button

Estimates, 1989.

We now come to Estimates for the Public Service, Vote 37, Defence, and Vote 38, Army Pensions, which I understand will be taken together.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Emigrants' Welfare in US.

I am sorry Deputy, the Chair is obliged to call firstly Deputies who have questions tabled in respect of the subject matter.More Button

I am calling Deputy Jim Higgins who has a question on the matter.More Button

The Deputy will appreciate that Members who table questions and are in the Chamber when those questions are called will be called by the Chair.More Button

They offered and I called them.More Button

Let us deal with another question. Question No. 2.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Official Development Assistance.

The Deputy is bringing in extraneous matter.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Dublin Passport Office.

Let us hear the Minister out.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - International Environmental Issues.

Questions Nos. 10 and 11 have been disposed of. Question No. 12.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Birmingham Six.

Question No. 13 has been disposed of. Question No. 14 in the name of Deputy Flaherty.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Namibian Independence Plan.

I am calling Deputy Michael D. Higgins but I should ask him to co-operate with me in striving to come to deal with the priority questions which I should be onto now.More Button

Deputy De Rossa, I am three minutes behind for priority questions.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Representations to China.

There are two remaining Priority Questions and I would very much like co-operation in disposing of them. Question No. 40 is next.More Button

Committee of Selection: First Report.

Perhaps 1987 is the correct year.More Button

Messages from Seanad.

Messages have been received from Seanad Éireann stating that it has passed the following Bills without amendment: An Blascaod Mór (National Historic Park) Bill, 1989, the Shannon Free Airport Developm...More Button

Estimates 1989. - Vote 42: Health (Revised Estimate) (Resumed)

Deputy Rabbitte is in possession and he has ten minutes left of the time available to him.More Button

I am now required to put the following question in accordance with an order of the Dáil of 18 July 1989: “That Votes Nos. 1 to 18, inclusive, 31, 33 together with a Supplementary Estimate, 34 to 36, i...More Button

Estimates 1989. - Appointment of Temporary Chairmen.

Before proceeding with the Adjournment Debate let me announce for the information of the House that, in accordance with Standing Order No. 15, I have nominated Deputies Monica Barnes, Michael Barrett,...More Button

Adjournment Debate. - Carysfort College.

We can now proceed with the Adjournment Debate. Deputies Monica Barnes and Eamon Gilmore gave me notice of their intention to raise on the Adjournment the subject matter of the present and future posi...More Button


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