Skeffington, Owen Lancelot Sheehy

Wednesday, 10 July 1968

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 65 No. 11

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Wool Marketing Bill, 1968: Committee and Final Stages.

On Second Stage I raised a question under subsection (1) paragraphs (a) and (b) of section 9 which states: The Minister shall (a) cancel the registration of any person in the register, (b) revoke a li...More Button

Does that cover a deceased as well as a living person?More Button

There is a reference here to prescribing fees. I asked a question on Second Stage on what section in the Bill does the Minister rely for his power to prescribe fees.More Button

I just wondered whether that section, in fact, conferred power on the Minister or merely infers power he already has. Section 8 says: ...such fee (if any) as the Minister, with the consent of the Mini...More Button

I should like to ask a question in relation to subsection (3) which says: “The Minister may, with the consent of the Minister for Finance, amend or revoke a levy order or an order under this subsectio...More Button

I think the Minister makes his case well. There is just a lingering doubt which remains for me. Has An Chomhairle any say in this matter? The Minister for Finance must be consulted. The Minister will ...More Button

He must be consulted. Should they not be consulted?More Button

I should like to support the amendments by Senators Quinlan and McDonald. I think a very strong case has been made by both Senators for An Chomhairle which will not only be representative of the produ...More Button

I was referring to the reluctance of the Minister and the Government to meet the public generally.More Button

Could the Minister quote figures?More Button

The Senator was not very orderly just now.More Button

I wish to support Senator Quinlan and I can guarantee that this amendment is not out of order.More Button

I second this amendment. I regard it as a second best but the House decided earlier on Committee Stage that it did not want three members of An Chomhairle to be appointed by the NFA, one member by the...More Button

An Bille um an Tríú Leasú ar an mBunreacht, 1968: An Dara Céim. Third Amendment of the Constitution Bill, 1968: Second Stage.

You never know.More Button

We have not really been given very much information so far about the intended Order of Business. We have heard rumours that we are going to meet on Friday but we have not been told anything in the Hou...More Button

Surely this can only be done with the agreement of the House.More Button

The House was not informed.More Button

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