Coveney, Simon

Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 715 No. 1

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Order of Business

Question put: “That the proposal for dealing with No. 2 be agreed to.”
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Health (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2010 [Seanad]: Second Stage

Question put: “That the words proposed to be deleted stand part of the main question.”
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Health (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2010 [Seanad]: Committee and Remaining Stages

Amendment put.
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Question put.
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Economic Issues: Motion (Resumed)

Amendment put.
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Compulsory Purchase Orders (Extension of Time Limits) Bill 2010 [Seanad]: Second Stage

I wish to share time with Deputy McCormack. Perhaps the Ceann Comhairle will let me know when seven minutes have expired.More Button

First, I am looking forward to taking over the transport brief.More Button

The Minister is fine. I am sure he has a lot on his mind. I look forward to working with the Minister and his Department on transport issues generally. On this particular issue, I was somewhat taken...More Button

On a point of information, are the officials who are in attendance from the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government or Transport? I am trying to understand which Department as op...More Button

There are 100 amendments to the legislation.More Button

Compulsory Purchase Orders (Extension of Time Limits) Bill 2010 [Seanad]: Committee and Remaining Stage Section 1

I have a brief question on section 1. I raised a point on Second Stage about this applying only to local authorities. There is nothing in the Bill, or in section 1, that makes reference to this sect...More Button

It is 30 days after the legal proceedings have concluded. More Button

The Planning and Development (Amendment) Bill will supersede the Planning and Development Act 2000 when enacted. This Bill will amend section 217(6) of the same Act.More Button

Does section 217(6) of the 2000 Act still stand?More Button

Road Traffic Bill 2009: From the Seanad

They are not all related.More Button

No, for time purposes we should take them together but not pretend they are all related.More Button

I wish to comment on this amendment.More Button

Yes.More Button

This is the most substantial amendment from the Seanad. Although I am new to this legislation, that is my reading of it. I do not think we will see another amendment later that is more substantial. ...More Button

Can the Minister clarify the difference between the new and old wording? Does it concern the medical tests? I have read both wordings and have had to read them a second time to see a difference. I ...More Button

I understand where the Minister is coming from in this amendment. We must legislate to require mandatory testing at the scene of an accident, because we owe it to the people who may have been injured...More Button

I am conscious that I have joined the debate towards the end of the passage of significant legislation. I thank my colleague, Deputy McEntee, who cannot be present. He has put a great deal of work i...More Button


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