Business of Seanad.
I have notice from Senator Enright that, on the motion for the Adjournment of the House today, he proposes to raise the following matter: The need for the Minister for Education to outline her proposa...
Order of Business.
I must draw the Senator's attention to the fact that we are not now discussing this matter apart from questions being put to the Leader of the House.
We may not discuss this issue now.
We may not discuss this matter now.
Health (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill, 1996 [Seanad Bill amended by Dáil]: Report and Final Stages.
This is a Seanad Bill which has been amended by the Dáil. In accordance with Standing Order 85 it is deemed to have passed its First, Second and Third Stages in the Seanad and is placed on the Order ...
Criminal Justice (Drug Trafficking) Bill, 1996: Committee Stage.
Here we have amendment No. 1. Amendment No. 3 is consequential. Both amendments may be discussed together.
Criminal Justice (Drug Trafficking) Bill, 1996: Report and Remaining Stages.
Senators may speak only once on Report Stage, but the proposer of the amendment may reply to the discussion. Each amendment must be seconded.
Amendments Nos. 3 and 6 are cognate and amendments Nos. 5, 6 and 7, which are cognate, are related. Government amendment No. 3: In page 9, line 29, after “his” or insert “or her”.
I ask the Senator to refrain from mentioning people who are not present to defend themselves.
Senator, please stick to the Bill.
I ask you to refer to the Senator correctly. He is a Member of this House.
I ask you to withdraw your reference to the Senator.
Senator Sherlock, I ask you to withdraw your comment.
I ask you to withdraw your reference to Senator Mulcahy, please.
I am sure on reflection, Senator, you will withdraw it.
National Standards Authority of Ireland Bill, 1996: Second Stage.
When is it proposed to take Committee Stage?