Treacy, Seán

Thursday, 5 July 1990

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 401 No. 2

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Order of Business.

Is the proposal to suspend the sitting from 1.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. today agreed? Agreed. Before Deputies intervene, Deputy Stagg has intimated to me that he wishes to move his Private Members' Bill o...More Button

Irradiation of Food Bill, 1990: First Stage.

Is the Bill opposed?More Button

Second Stage will be taken in Private Members' Time in accordance with Standing Orders.More Button

Order of Business (Resumed).

Some of the aspects which the Deputy has raised appertain to legislation.More Button

Please, Deputy McCartan, we cannot debate this matter now.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

Order, please, Deputies.More Button

I have called Deputy Connaughton. (Interruptions.)More Button

The Deputy might put down a question on that matter. It is not in order now, Deputy Connaughton.More Button

Deputy Connaughton has ways and means available to him to raise that matter.More Button

I am calling Deputy Seán Ryan.More Button

Order, please.More Button

Deputy Ryan has been called and I will hear no point of order from Deputy Connaughton now. Deputy Ryan.More Button

Please, Deputy Connaughton.More Button

If the Deputy persists I shall have to ask him to leave the House.More Button

The Deputy must either resume his seat or leave the House.More Button

I have called Deputy Ryan. (Interruptions.)More Button

No, Deputy, I have called Deputy Seán Ryan. Deputy Connaughton has created enough disorder and he will now resume his seat or leave the House.More Button

Deputy Connaughton, resume your seat forthwith or leave the House.More Button

I must now ask Deputy Connaughton to leave the House.More Button

Leave it forthwith, Deputy.More Button

Deputy Connaughton, there is no need for this disorder. The Deputy has many ways and means open to him to raise that matter. Deputy Connaughton withdrew from the Chamber.More Button

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

I will communicate with Deputy Higgins in relation to that matter. Deputy John Connor has been offering for some time.More Button

The Deputy is being covetous. The Chair finds it difficult enough to deal with so many single requests from Deputies without having duplication.More Button

The Deputy wants two bites at the cherry but it is not on.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy. Deputy Jim Higgins has been offering.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

Please, Deputy Boylan. Deputy Michael Moynihan has been offering.More Button

Deputy Boylan, please desist.More Button

Deputy Michael Moynihan.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

This is an extraneous matter, Deputy. I will communicate with the Deputy in respect of her plea for the Adjournment——More Button

——but she may not make a speech.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

There is no need for the Deputy to make a speech.More Button

Deputy McCormack, resume your seat, please. I am calling Deputy Allen.More Button

I will communicate with the Deputy.More Button

Does this appertain to legislation promised in the House?More Button

The Deputy should put down a question for clarification.More Button

This does not arise now, Deputy Harte. (Interruptions.)More Button

The Deputy is flying too far now.More Button

I am calling Deputy Garland.More Button

I am proceeding now to item No. 11.More Button

Shannon Navigation Bill, 1990: Committee Stage.

Amendments Nos. 1, 4 and 10 form a composite proposal and I suggest, therefore, that we discuss them together, by agreement. I also suggest that one decision should suffice in respect of the three am...More Button

I hesitate to interrupt the Deputy but he is now beginning to stray a little from the Bill.More Button

I am calling on Deputy Nealon but it must be taken that he is now replying to this debate.More Button

It is, yes.More Button

Any others who wish to speak may speak.More Button

May I ask what is the position now with this amendment?More Button

This amendment was discussed with amendment No. 3. Is it agreed?More Button

I am calling Deputy Ellis. This amendment was discussed with amendment No. 3 and further discussion is leading to an element of repetition.More Button

This section is opposed in the names of Deputies Andrew Boylan and Gerry Reynolds. I observe that amendment No. 9 is consequential, so section 6 and amendment No. 9 may be taken together by agreemen...More Button

As it is now 1.30 p.m. I am required to put the following question in accordance with the Resolution of the Dáil of 29 June 1990, as amended:More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Extradition Procedures.

That seems to be a separate matter, Deputy.More Button

I am proceeding now to deal with other questions.More Button

The Chair must be obeyed in these matters, Deputy.More Button

Perhaps the Deputy will rephrase his question.More Button

That is a separate matter.More Button

It deals with the Anglo-Irish agreement in respect of procedures for extradition.More Button

We are having an expansion of this question.More Button

This should not give rise to disorder. I have called the next question.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - GPO Restoration Cost.

We are veering away from the question.More Button

There are two Deputies offering. We cannot dwell unduly long on any one question. I would like to make some worthwhile progress on questions.More Button

We are having an element of repetition.More Button

I think the Deputy has effectively made that point.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Television Cable Licence Fees.

The Deputy is bringing in extraneous matter.More Button

That is a separate question.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Appointments to Broadcasting Authorities.

I appeal to Deputies to avoid references to persons outside the House, in such a manner that they may be identifiable. It is a convention of this House that we do not do so, for the obvious reason th...More Button

I am very anxious to assist Deputy O'Sullivan in eliciting information but he may not make a speech.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Telecom Éireann Chairman.

That is distinctly a separate matter.More Button

Please, Deputy Rabbitte, the Chair is anxious to make some progress at Question Time and it treats all questions as being of equal importance. We have now been working here for some 40 minutes and we...More Button

I will allow the Deputy to put a final supplementary question.More Button

There is a specific question, Question No. 9, dealing with the element of privatisation. Let us wait until we come to that question, if we come to it within the appropriate time, to deal with that ma...More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Broadcasting Licence Fees.

We must now come to deal with questions addressed to the Minister for Justice.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Criminal Insanity Defence Law.

I appeal to the Deputy not to put too many supplementary questions to the Minister. The Chair dissuades Members from putting supplementary questions in omnibus form.More Button

Please, Deputy McCartan, we have been able to deal with only one question to the Minister for Justice and there is not a great deal of time left for questions for today.More Button

Deputy Charles Flanagan for a final question.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - IRA Atrocities.

I want to bring in Deputy McCartan.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Garda Firearms Training.

That disposes of questions for today.More Button

Sea Pollution Bill, 1990: Second Stage.

I would be grateful if the Deputy would now give way to hear a statement from the Taoiseach. After the brief statements by the Taoiseach and the spokespersons nominated by Fine Gael, the Labour Party ...More Button

Sea Pollution Bill, 1990: Second Stage (Resumed).

When the House comes to order, Deputy Gilmore may resume the debate.More Button

I am sorry to interrupt the Deputy, but an element of conversation can be heard in the Chamber.More Button

I hesitate to interrupt the Minister in the course of his reply but I am bound to say that in accordance with an Order of the House of last Friday, 15 minutes was provided for him to reply. However, ...More Button

I was a bit on the generous side; your time is exhausted.More Button

When is it proposed to take Committee Stage?More Button

Control of Clinical Trials and Drugs Bill, 1990: Committee and Final Stages.

Perhaps we should hear the Minister's reply to Deputy Yates's query.More Button

That is fine. Deputy Byrne wishes to come in also.More Button

Adjournment Debate. - Dublin Corporation Staff Industrial Action.

Deputy Quinn gave me notice of his intention to raise on the Adjournment the damage to employment prospects in the building industry as a result of a work-to-rule in the planning department of Dublin ...More Button

Adjournment Debate. - Accommodation for Homeless Young People.

Deputy Flaherty gave me notice of her intention to raise on the Adjournment the inadequate provision of accommodation for homeless young people in Dublin and nationally. Deputy Flaherty has some ten m...More Button

Is that satisfactory?More Button

I am sorry to interrupt the Deputy, but the time available to him is now fully exhausted.More Button

Adjournment Debate. - Message from Seanad.

Seanad Éireann has passed the Criminal Justice (No. 2) Bill, 1990 without amendment. The Dáil adjourned at 9.30 p.m. until 10.30 a.m. on Friday, 6 July 1990.More Button


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