Treacy, Seán

Thursday, 21 February 1991

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 405 No. 5

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Order of Business.

Is legislation promised in this area?More Button

Deputy Bruton——More Button

Deputy Bruton, you will have to learn to obey the Chair. (Interruptions.)More Button

I must insist that Deputy Bruton obeys the Chair. This is not good enough. This gross disorder on the Order of Business is something I cannot tolerate.More Button

The Deputy is engaging in a rehash of yesterday's Order of Business. If the Deputy feels strongly that these matters should be raised there are ways and means of doing so.More Button

I deem that the manner in which the Deputy is going about it day after day is not in order.More Button

There are ways and means of raising such matters.More Button

This is not the way to do it.More Button

Deputy Bruton——More Button

I deem this to be a gross abuse of the procedures of this House appertaining to the Order of Business and it must stop.More Button

If you wish to raise this matter in another place or in another way, do so.More Button

Deputy Spring.More Button

I am sorry, but I have called Deputy Spring.More Button

This is not a debating matter. (Interruptions.)More Button

I will hear no point of order when I am dealing with disorder. Deputy Spring.More Button

The Deputy should resume his seat.More Button

I have answered the Deputy.More Button

I have told the Deputy that I will not entertain a point of order when I am dealing with gross disorder. Deputy Spring.More Button

No, Deputy, not now.More Button

Deputy Spring.More Button

Deputy Mitchell, please resume your seat.More Button

I have answered the Deputy on a number of occasions. The Chair——More Button

I am dealing with disorder, Deputy.More Button

Deputy Spring.More Button

I shall not be intimidated in this matter.More Button

I have told the Deputy three or four times that we have a situation this morning of disorder. I am seeking to cope with it and will not be sidetracked by the Deputy in that regard.More Button

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

I will not be challenged, Deputy.More Button

I have told the Deputy quite succinctly that the Chair cannot be expected to entertain points of order when he is clearly dealing with disorder.More Button

Deputy Mitchell, resume your seat.More Button

If the Deputy persists I shall have to insist on him leaving the House.More Button

Deputy Mitchell, I think you had better leave the House.More Button

No, I have called Deputy Spring.More Button

It is, Deputy, when I am dealing with disorder.More Button

Deputy Spring will have to find another way of raising that matter.More Button

It does not arise now, Deputy De Rossa.More Button

Deputy Gilmore.More Button

An Bille um an Aonú Leasú Déag ar an mBunreacht (Uimh. 2), 1991: An Chéad Chéim. Eleventh Amendment of the Constitution (No. 2) Bill, 1991: First Stage.

Is this Bill opposed?More Button

The Second Stage will be taken in Private Members' time.More Button

Order of Business (Resumed).

We have had this before.More Button

The Deputy is raising again a matter which the Chair has ruled out of order.More Button

I am sorry, the Deputy will pursue that matter in another way.More Button

The Deputy was seeking to circumvent the ruling of the Chair earlier. I say the Deputy will have to raise that in another way.More Button

The matter of the policy of An Post does not arise now, Deputy.More Button

Is it promised?More Button

It is not promised.More Button

Deputy Currie, please.More Button

My office will be in touch with you, Deputy. If you wish to get in touch with my office we will facilitate you in raising that matter properly.More Button

Deputy Browne. I thought the Deputy had something to raise——More Button

Deputy Browne, please desist. I am proceeding to the business ordered.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Common Agricultural Policy Reform.

There are three remaining priority questions and I have five minutes left of the time available. You may do as you wish in the matter.More Button

Let us have brevity, please.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Food Processing Industry Development.

I have to say that if the next question is to be disposed of it must be taken now.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Illegal Growth Promotion Substances.

I shall have to move on to other questions if the Chair is not obeyed and regard had to Standing Orders in respect of dealing with priority questions.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Farm Income.

The Deputy is raising a separate matter which is not the responsibility of the Minister in possession.More Button

The Chair merely administers the rules of the House.More Button

Order, I observe that Question No. 60 from Deputy Matt Brennan relates.More Button

I am bringing this question to finality now.More Button

This is not the Minister responsible. Questions should be put down to the appropriate Minister.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Bovine Leucosis Depopulation.

That is a separate question.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Disadvantaged Areas.

A question, please.More Button

A question, please.More Button

A large number of Deputies are offering. When the Chair is commenting on matters please do not interrupt. If the Deputies will assure me they will be brief I will facilitate them.More Button

It seems to me that Deputies are interested in this question only but there are a large number of other questions. (Interruptions.)More Button

Progress has been very sluggish today.More Button

I will be calling on Deputy Browne (Carlow-Kilkenny) and Deputy Liam Kavanagh and I can hardly leave out my Tipperary colleagues.More Button

Deputy Ellis has been offering for some time and I apologise to him.More Button

We shall have to bring this matter to a finality.More Button

I am calling Deputy Deasy for a final question.More Button

That will be the final question.More Button

Please, Deputy Connor. We have dealt inordinately long with Question No. 9.More Button

The Deputy should not try to shout down the Chair.More Button

Yes, but this is to the disadvantage of all other questions and all other Members involved here today.More Button

Is that the way Members wish to proceed? We have been able to deal with merely eight questions in virtually an hour. That is not progress from any standpoint. Question No. 10 please.More Button

That has been to the disadvantage of a number of people.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - EC Regulation on Milk Standards.

Brevity, please, Deputy Deenihan.More Button

The Deputy has made his point.More Button

Question No. 11.More Button

I have called Deputy Sherlock's Question No. 11.More Button

Deputy Deenihan, please resume your seat.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Policy Document on Farming.

That is another matter.More Button

I call Deputy Deenihan.More Button

That is a separate matter, Deputy. Question No. 12.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Disadvantaged Areas Scheme.

Deputy Louis Belton has a question tabled on the subject, Question No. 32, if he wishes to intervene.More Button

Question No. 13.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Source of BSE.

That disposes of Questions for today.More Button

Adjournment Debate Matters.

I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given to me under Standing Order 20 (3) (a) and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Charles Flanaga...More Button


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