Thursday, 7 October 2004
Dáil Eireann Debate
An Ceann Comhairle: Before coming to the Order of Business I propose to deal with a number of notices under Standing Order 31. I will call on the Deputies in the order in which they submitted their notices to my office.
Mr. Gogarty: I seek the adjournment of the Dáil under Standing Order 31 to raise a matter of national importance, namely, the refusal of the Government, particularly the Minister for Education and Science, to carry out a full review of school bus catchment areas and boundaries, given the tremendous demographic, social, educational and economic changes that have taken place since the last review, the concerns of parents and, most importantly, the impact on our children who deserve a decent school transport service.
Aengus Ó Snodaigh: I seek the adjournment of the Dáil under Standing Order 31 to raise a matter of national importance, namely, the final report of the Iraq survey group delivered yesterday which demonstrates conclusively that the justifications given by the Government for its decision to actively assist the illegal invasion and occupation of Iraq, in contravention of Irish neutrality and in defiance of the United Nations, were based on false information.
Mr. Healy: I seek the adjournment of the Dáil under Standing Order 31 to raise a matter of urgent national importance, namely, the victimisation of elected representatives of the Permanent Defence Force Other Ranks Representative Association by military authorities and to allow the Minister to make a statement on the matter.
Mr. Sargent: I seek the adjournment of the Dáil under Standing Order 31 to raise a matter of urgent national importance, namely, the impact of establishing another super dump in Fingal, north County Dublin; the full extent of the destruction which Government policy will have on planning by insisting on the use of 350 acres of the best agricultural land in Ireland coupled with the demolition of approximately nine houses; the situation of a community and related businesses which have developed over generations; and the need to hear and implement more responsible alternatives which focus on maximising producer responsibility and minimising waste.
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