Pattison, Séamus

Tuesday, 27 November 2001

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 545 No. 1

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Ceisteanna – Questions. - Departmental Appointments.

Deputy Noonan should table a specific question on that matter.More Button

The Chair decides what is a legitimate supplementary question. There is no reference to salaries in Question No. 1, which is concerned with the names of advisers and their duties. The correct procedur...More Button

I understand the Deputy's question to be about the special advisers.More Button

The Taoiseach said he does not have the information.More Button

I suggest the Deputy should submit a separate question.More Button

Order, please. The Taoiseach without interruption.More Button

Ceisteanna – Questions. - Departmental Staff.

Order, please.More Button

I ask the Deputy to address the Chair.More Button

Please, Deputy.More Button

Order, please. Members should not interrupt when another Member is on his feet.More Button

Order, please.More Button

Ceisteanna – Questions. - Strategic Management Initiative.

That is a matter for the Minister for Finance.More Button

Ceisteanna – Questions. - OECD Report on Regulatory Reform.

That is a matter for the Minister for the Environment and Local Government.More Button

Order of Business.

The Chair has ruled you out of order. I call Deputy McManus.More Button

Deputy Mitchell you must resume your seat.More Button

Deputy Mitchell, you will have to leave the House. Deputy McManus.More Button

The Deputy can not make a statement on the health strategy.More Button

That does not arise on the Order of Business. The question to the Taoiseach is whether the Estimates can be taken on the floor of the House.More Button

You cannot make a statement on the Order of Business. Members with long experience in this House know that. The Taoiseach, on the question of the Supplementary Estimates that will be taken in the Hous...More Button

I call Deputy Crawford.More Button

I call Deputy Shatter on a point of order.More Button

That is not a point of order. I call Deputy Crawford.More Button

Deputy Crawford has been called. Deputy Shatter, please show some respect for your colleague. I call Deputy Crawford.More Button

No, Deputy O'Keeffe. I will hear Deputy Crawford first and then I will hear your point of order, if you have one. Deputy Shatter was totally out of order and did not raise a point of order at all. (In...More Button

Let Deputy Crawford speak and if there is a point of order we can hear it afterwards. Please, Deputy O'Keeffe.More Button

The first part of the question is in order.More Button

Deputy Jim O'Keeffe on his point of order.More Button

That does not arise on the Order of Business. The Deputy will have to find another way of raising it. I call Deputy Gilmore.More Button

It does not arise on the Order of Business. The Chair does not have control over that. A point of order must relate to something that the Chair has control over. Deputy Gilmore. (Interruptions.)More Button

I am not taking any more points of order on that issue. Deputy Gilmore. If Deputy Mitchell does not resume his seat I will ask him to leave the House.More Button

The Taoiseach without interruption.More Button

Allow the Taoiseach without interruption, please.More Button

The Deputy cannot make a statement.More Button

The Taoiseach to answer questions relating to promised legislation. Please, Deputy Naughten, can we have order?More Button

Extradition (European Union Conventions) Bill, 2001: Second Stage (Resumed).

On No. 53, Extradition (European Union Conventions) Bill, 2001, Second Stage, a division was challenged last Friday. In accordance with the order of the House I again put the question: “That the Bill ...More Button

Will the Deputies who are claiming a division please rise? Deputies Gormley, Sargent, Ó Caoláin, Higgins (Dublin West) and Gregory rose.More Button

As fewer than ten Members have risen I declare the question carried. In accordance with Standing Order 68 the names of the Deputies dissenting will be recorded in the Journal of the Proceedings of the...More Button

Private Notice Questions. - Industrial Dispute.

The Chair says it is to the Minister for Agriculture, Food and Rural Development.More Button

On the question without comment.More Button

On the question, Deputy, without comment. (Interruptions.)More Button

As Deputy Browne is not present I will ask the Minister to reply to the six questions.More Button

I remind the Deputy that these are Private Notice Questions.More Button

A question, please.More Button

I remind the House that this is not a debate on the issue. I ask Deputies to confine their remarks to questions.More Button

That concludes Private Notice questions.More Button

Road Traffic Bill, 2001: Second Stage.

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

State Authorities (Public Private Partnership Arrangements) Bill, 2001: Second Stage.

Members should address their remarks through the Chair.More Button


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