Treacy, Seán

Thursday, 14 April 1994

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 441 No. 3

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Order of Business.

Is the proposal that Nos. 6 and 7 shall be decided without debate agreed? Agreed. Is the proposal that the Dáil shall sit tomorrow at 10.30 a.m. and adjourned not later than 4 p.m. agreed?More Button

I would prefer if this question was dealt with in a more appropriate manner. It does not arise on the Order of Business.More Button

This has nothing to do with the proposal regarding items Nos. 6 and 7.More Button

I must ask the Deputy to follow the appropriate procedure for that purpose.More Button

I take it the Deputy is opposing the proposal?More Button

I cannot allow extraneous matter to enter into this debate.More Button

The question——More Button

Deputy Bruton, please desist. The question before the House is——More Button

Deputy Bruton, please desist.More Button

The question is that the Dáil shall sit tomorrow at 10.30 a.m. and adjourn not later than 4 p.m.More Button

Please, Deputy Bruton.More Button

Deputy Bruton, the Chair has been on his feet for some time——More Button

——and is being treated with disdain by the Deputy in possession.More Button

This is not the time for speech making.More Button

Deputy Bruton, the position on the Order of Business is becoming impossible.More Button

Please listen to the Taoiseach.More Button

This cannot go on.More Button

Please, Deputy, we may not go further in the matter now.More Button

May I ask again if the proposal that the Dáil shall sit tomorow at 10.30 a.m. and adjourn not later than 4 p.m. is satisfactory? Agreed. Is the proposal for dealing with the proceedings on the Secon...More Button

Deputy Mary Harney is offering.More Button

The Deputies are aware of the manner in which I call speakersMore Button

That is unfair. The Chair calls the Opposition Leaders in the order of seniority and numerical strength. I meant no disrespect or discourtesy to the Deputy, and he must know that.More Button

The Deputy may ask when this matter will be brought forward but he may not proceed to make a speech; it is quite disorderly.More Button

The Deputy is about to make a speech as well.More Button

I am sorry, Deputy Harney——More Button

Clearly these are matters which should be discussed with the Whips.More Button

Is the Bill promised?More Button

Thank you, Deputy.More Button

Deputy, please.More Button

Deputy Harte, that is not a point of order, it is a serious allegation against the Chair.More Button

Deputy Harte, I will not be lectured by you; it is most audacious of you, who aspires to the Chair, to reflect on the Chair in that manner.More Button

I must ask you, Deputy, to resume your seat now or leave the House.More Button

It is not a point of order.More Button

Deputy, your help in this House is not welcome; invariably it reflects on the Chair.More Button

Deputy Harte, you compound the reflection on the Chair. I must now ask you to desist or leave the House.More Button

Deputy Harte, you will desist or leave the House.More Button

I have heard enough.More Button

Deputy Harte, I must now ask you finally to leave the House.More Button

No. I refuse to stand here and be lectured, abused and reflected on by a member of your party who aspires to this Chair.More Button

Deputy Harte, you have a very strange way of co-operating with the Chair. (Interruptions.)More Button

We do; I know you very well now, Deputy.More Button

When I want your help I will ask for it.More Button

Sorry, Deputy——More Button

I cannot, the procedures at this time do not allow me.More Button

If my office can assist you, in bringing that matter forward, we shall, but you are not in order in pursuing it now.More Button

Deputy O'Donnell, there is a tradition in this House that when the Chair stands a Deputy resumes his or her seat. I must now ask you to obey that rule.More Button

My rulings on these matters may not be challenged here. I must now ask the Deputy to resume her seat.More Button

I am now proceeding to item No. 6.More Button

Business of Dáil.

Is that satisfactory and agreed? Agreed.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers.

The questions we are about to embark upon, being priority questions, are confined to 20 minutes. Let us strive earnestly to dispose of those five questions within the time laid down in our Standing O...More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Hepatitis C Virus.

I am sorry to intervene, but half the time available for dealing with Priority Questions is now exhausted and there are four questions remaining.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Eating Disorders.

I can call Question No. 5 in accordance with the resolution of the House of this day concerning priority questions.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Drug Abuse.

I want to assist the Deputy, but we must proceed by way of supplementary question, not a speech or statement.More Button

Deputy Gregory will appreciate in retrospect that he accused the Minister of State of deliberately misleading the House which is not in order.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Nursing Profession.

Let us hear the Minister's reply.More Button

Let us not personalise matters.More Button

Irish Beef Exports: Statements.

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button


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