Treacy, Seán

Wednesday, 27 May 1992

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 420 No. 4

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Order of Business.

Is the proposal that business be interrupted at 10.30 p.m. tonight agreed? Agreed. Are the proposals for dealing with No. 10 agreed?More Button

Can I suggest, therefore, that these matters be left to the Whips to determine?More Button

Is the proposal for dealing with No. 20, that Private Members' Business conclude at 8.30 p.m., satisfactory? Agreed.More Button

That is clearly not a matter for the Order of Business.More Button

I am sorry, Deputy Barry. There are ample ways of raising that matter in the House.More Button

Deputy Spring.More Button

This matter has been raised in the House before.More Button

This should not lead to argument now.More Button

I know nothing of the matter to which the Deputy refers, nor have I been given any notice of the matter. Perhaps the Deputy would refer the matter to the Committee on Procedure and Privileges, which ...More Button

As I have said, it may be a matter for the Committee on Procedure and Privileges.More Button

The Deputy has made his point. I am calling Deputy Michael Higgins.More Button

The Deputy has made his point. Is legislation promised in the area to which the Deputy refers?More Button

Sorry, there can be no argument. I am proceeding now to the Order of Business proper.More Button

Members have already expressed concern about the inadequancy of time to deal with these matters. A brief question from Deputy De Rossa.More Button

Let us wait for that measure tomorrow.More Button

Criminal Evidence Bill, 1992: Committee Stage (Resumed).

The conversation in the lobby must cease.More Button

Amendment No. 37a is in the name of the Minister. Amendment No. 63 is consequential on that, and I suggest therefore that we discuss these amendments together. Agreed? Agreed.More Button

Amendment No. 38 is in the name of Deputy Shatter. Amendment No. 41 is related and the amendments may be discussed together, if that is satisfactory.More Button

If the Deputy feels strongly about that matter the amendments will be taken separately.More Button

Business of Dáil.

Is that agreed?More Button

I take it then that the proposal of the Minister of State regarding the Order of Business for the duration of the day is agreed? Agreed.More Button

Visit by Bavarian Parliamentary Delegation.

Before proceeding to Question Time this afternoon I feel sure Members would wish most sincerely to join me in welcoming the parliamentary delegation from the State Parliament of Bavaria, Germany. Thi...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Implementation of Legislation.

Please, Deputy Higgins.More Button

We are having a statement from the Deputy instead of a question. The Deputy knows full well the procedure at Question Time and should adhere to it.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Maastricht Treaty Campaign.

This should not lead to argument.More Button

We cannot afford repetition at Question Time.More Button

I now call Deputy Noonan (Limerick East) and I will then call Deputy Garland for a final question.More Button

It has to be very brief, Deputy.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Job Creation.

The Deputy is asking for some detail which may require a second question.More Button

We now come to deal with questions nominated for priority to the Minister for Finance. The questions before us are governed by a rigid time limit, let us try to ensure that they are dealt with in a f...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Civil Servants' Involvement in Politics.

I appeal for brevity for obvious reasons. There are a number of questions to be disposed of within the required time limit.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Financial Services Centre.

I very much want to deal with the remaining question and time is of the essence now. A very brief question, Deputy Noonan.More Button

The time for questioning is fast running out.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Register of Landlords.

Deputy Quinn. We must proceed to other questions quite shortly.More Button

Let us now come to deal with other questions.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Co-ordination of State Agencies.

We cannot debate the matter now.More Button

I want to proceed to other questions. I wish to advise the House that I am extremely disappointed about the lack of progress made at Question Time today. We have only disposed of some 13 questions i...More Button

Question No. 14 please.More Button

Common Agricultural Policy Reform: Statements.

There is a rigid time limit. These interruptions are most unwelcome.More Button

Is that satisfactory? Agreed.More Button

The Deputy is due to conclude at 5.47 p.m.More Button

I regret to tell the Deputy that the time available to him is well nigh exhausted and he might now please bring his speech to a close.More Button

Meastacháin, 1992. - Reform of Common Agricultural Policy: Statements (Resumed).

I would be grateful if the Deputy would now bring his speech to a close.More Button

Private Members' Business. - Light Rail Transit System for Dublin: Motion.

Deputy Ryan was in possession. I gather he wishes to share his time with Deputy Taylor. Between them the Deputies have 11 minutes remaining.More Button

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

Private Members' Business. - Common Agricultural Policy Reform: Statements (Resumed).

Would the Deputy please bring his speech to a close?More Button

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

I hesitate to interrupt the Deputy, but I would ask him if he would please bring his speech to a close now?More Button

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

Adjournment Debate. - Environment and Health Matters.

The House will now hear a two-minute statement from Deputy Kavanagh.More Button

The House will now hear a two minute statement from Deputy Nora Owen addressed to the Minister for the Environment.More Button

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