Cummins, Maurice

Thursday, 4 December 2008

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 192 No. 12

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Order of Business.

I agree with Senators O’Toole and Norris. Standing Orders make it abundantly clear that the Leader must order the business of the day on that particular day. Under Standing Order 16, we will have to...More Button

Charities Bill 2007: Committee Stage.

I will not take a point of order. The question has been put. The time allowed for voting is one minute and the time starts now.
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Question put: “That the words proposed to be deleted stand.”
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Question put: “That the House be suspended for 20 minutes.”
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Amendment put.
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Senator Burke has made a very good point, particularly in this day and age when there is much fraud relating to bank accounts. The Minister of State might explain the displaying of bank account detai...More Button

How many members will be on the board? A minimum of four is mentioned in the Bill. Along with my colleagues, I welcome the fact that the Minister of State will not preclude members of local authorit...More Button

The Government can still do it in the Harbours (Amendment) Bill.More Button

Did Senator Leyden tell her that he voted against her membership in the Harbours (Amendment) Bill?More Button

Senator Leyden voted the local authority members off the harbours board and Aer Lingus.More Button

Senator Buttimer has covered most of what I wished to say. Charity begins at home, and that is certainly true as far as Fianna Fáil and the Green Party are concerned. Rather then precluding members ...More Button


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