O'Donovan, Dennis

Wednesday, 10 December 2008

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 192 No. 15

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Order of Business.

Amendment put.
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Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2008: Report and Final Stages.

Amendment put.
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Amendment put.
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I think we should move on, a Chathaoirligh.More Button

Amendments Nos. 26 and 28 are related and may be discussed together by agreement.More Button

Amendment No. 27 arises from committee proceedings. More Button

Amendment put.
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Senator McCarthy may not speak again on the amendment. Senator Hannigan, as the proposer of the amendment may, however, speak again.More Button

No, only the proposer of the amendment may speak again.More Button

Amendment put.
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Amendments Nos. 34 and 36 are related and they may be discussed together by agreement.More Button

Amendments Nos. 35 and 37 are related and may be discussed together by agreement.More Button

Is that agreed? AgreedMore Button

Recall of Irish Pork and Bacon Products: Statements.

I welcome the Minister of State to the House. I compliment him and the Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Deputy Smith, on taking effective and stern action on this major crisis. The Minis...More Button

I compliment the Minister of State and the Department on their work. We are on the road back from an awful crisis. We will learn from it and the food industry will become stronger.More Button

Criminal Law (Admissibility of Evidence) Bill 2008: Second Stage.

I welcome the Minister to the House and welcome the introduction of the Bill by Senator Regan. Before I move from the analogy of Senator Norris concerning the fruit of the rotten tree, I wish to say ...More Button

The fruit must be rotten, so.More Button

I compliment Senator Regan on the personal effort he has put into this Bill. The Minister was complimentary in acknowledging the thrust of what the Senator is endeavouring to achieve through the Bill...More Button

I thank the Senator. My understanding of the judge’s remarks, when put in layperson’s terms, is that he was deeply concerned that a balance on this rule was not being achieved. In other words, he ex...More Button

Question put.
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It was a delayed reaction.More Button

Question put.
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