Mullooly, Brian

Wednesday, 7 July 1999

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 160 No. 5

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Business of Seanad.

I have notice from Senator O'Meara that, on the motion for the Adjournment of the House today, she proposes to raise the following matter: The need for the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Refor...More Button

Order of Business.

Perhaps Senator Lanigan's comments on that matter might be more relevant to the debate this evening on Northern Ireland.More Button

I am now convinced I allow Senators too much latitude on the Order of Business.More Button

Courts (Supplemental Provisions) (Amendment) Bill, 1999: Committee and Remaining Stages.

The question is “That the Bill do now pass”. We are confined to a discussion on what is contained in the Bill. We cannot reopen Second Stage or have Second Stage speeches. I have allowed some latitude...More Button

I cannot allow that. I have allowed much latitude but if the Senator starts to quote from correspondence—More Button

Criminal Justice (United Nations Convention Against Torture) Bill, 1998: Report Stage.

Before we commence, I remind Senators that they may speak only once on each amendment on Report Stage, except for the proposer who may reply to the discussion on the amendment. However, there will be...More Button

Does anyone else wish to speak? The amendment must be seconded.More Button

National Beef Assurance Scheme Bill, 1999: Committee Stage.

Amendment No. 2 is related to amendment No. 1 and they shall be taken together by agreement.More Button

Is amendment No. 1 being pressed?More Button

Is amendment No. 1 being pressed?More Button

Yes. Amendment, by leave, withdrawn. Section 4 agreed to. Amendment No. 2 not moved. Section 5 agreed to. SECTION 6. Question proposed: “That section 6 stand part of the Bill.”More Button

I am not sure the Senator's question is relevant to section 7 with which we are dealing at present.More Button

The Minister may wish to comment now on the question raised by the Senator.More Button

National Beef Assurance Scheme Bill, 1999: Committee Stage (Resumed). SECTION 19.

No. The Leader is the only person who can do that.More Button

Regulation of Assisted Human Reproduction Bill, 1999: Order for Second Stage.

On the question “That Second Stage be taken now” a division has been claimed by Senator Rory Kiely but in the absence of two Senators to act as tellers on the Níl side, the division cannot proceed and...More Button

Northern Ireland Issues: Statements.

Agreed.More Button

National Beef Assurance Scheme Bill, 1999: Committee Stage (Resumed).

Senator Caffrey's name should appear on amendment No. 6. Amendment No. 8 is related and both may be discussed together. Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

When is it proposed to take Report Stage?More Button

Is that agreed? Agreed. When is it proposed to sit again?More Button

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button


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