Treacy, Seán

Tuesday, 12 April 1994

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 441 No. 1

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers.

Let us not forget that in accordance with the resolution of the Dáil of 7 April last questions addressed to the Taoiseach on Tuesdays shall not exceed 30 minutes.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Northern Ireland Peace Process.

The Deputy should not ask too many questions together.More Button

Question No. 6 in the names of Deputies John Bruton, Harney and De Rossa.More Button

We are. I referred to the numbers of the questions as there are three Deputies involved.More Button

It is a little unusual.More Button

I now call Deputy Jim O'Keeffe. There are two other Deputies offering whom I wish to facilitate. Time is running out so I ask the Deputy for brevity.More Button

I asked for brevity for a very good reason.More Button

Deputy Bruton will be facilitated in that regard. We must move on now to questions nominated for priority, the first of which is No. 13.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Heritage Policy.

Let us not ask the Minister questions about matters which are not his responsibility.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Visit by Austrian Parliamentary Delegation.

Before proceeding further I feel sure that the Members of the House will wish very much to join me in extending a sincere and warm welcome to a parliamentary delegation from Austria, led by the Presid...More Button

Private Notice Questions. - Irish Citizens in Rwanda.

I require brevity.More Button

Private Notice Questions. - Threatened Rail Strike.

I now come to deal with Private Notice Questions from a number of Deputies to the Minister for Enterprise and Employment and the Minister for Transport, Energy and Communications concerning the threat...More Button

I call Deputy Pat Rabbitte. Having regard to the number of Deputies involved, one round of questioning on this matter should suffice.More Button

Questions, please.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 and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Quill — if it is intende...More Button

Order of Business.

Are the proposals for dealing with item No. 9 satisfactory and agreed? Agreed.More Button

Can the Deputy relate his question——More Button

Is legislation proposed?More Button

Deputies are taking some liberties.More Button

The Deputy seems to be imparting rather a lot of information instead of seeking it.More Button

This is not relevant to the Order of Business. There are many ways open to the Deputy to pursue that matter.More Button

The Deputy will obey the Chair.More Button

I have already ruled out that question, Deputy.More Button

The Deputy must pursue that matter in the usual way in accordance with the procedures of this House. I am calling Deputy Rabbitte.More Button

The Deputy is trying to circumvent the ruling of the Chair. I am calling Deputy Rabbitte.More Button

I am sorry, Deputy, you are not in order now. I have advised you to proceed in another way.More Button

That is a matter for other people to decide, it is not one for the Chair. I am calling Deputy Rabbitte.More Button

The Deputy knows the Chair has no function in that matter.More Button

The Deputy will now resume her seat.More Button

Deputy, please desist.More Button

You are taxing the patience of the Chair. I have called Deputy Rabbitte three or four times. If he does not respond I will go on to other business.More Button

The Deputy is raising a very wide issue.More Button

It can be dealt with in the appropriate way. It is not one for the Order of Business.More Button

I must dissuade the Deputy from making a speech.More Button

We have had that many times.More Button

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