Death of Former Member. - Expression of Sympathy.
I understand that, before the Order of Business, there will be an expression of sympathy on the death of a former Member of the House.
As you know it is traditional that we call party leaders and, as I have done in the past, people who are from the county of the deceased. I call on Senator O'Toole.
Senator Lanigan, I should not call you but you indicated that you wish to speak.
I extend my sympathies to the family of Willie O'Brien who I knew very well. I had many chats with him and always enjoyed his company immensely. Again, I extend my sympathies to his family and to th...
Death of Former Member. - Order of Business
Senator Lanigan without interruption.
Does Senator Lanigan have a question for the Leader of the House?
Senator Roche, you are inviting trouble for us all. Ask the Leader a question.
Death of Former Member. - Maintenance Bill, 1994: Second Stage.
I regret to interrupt proceedings. There has been a request under Standing Order 29 and I must take this now. Debate adjourned.
Death of Former Member. - Request Under Standing Order 29.
On the basis of what the Senator has said, I regard the motion as having been withdrawn.