Moylan, Pat

Thursday, 26 February 2009

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 194 No. 3

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Order of Business.

Senator Twomey, without interruption.More Button

Is the Senator seeking a debate on that?More Button

Senator Mullen, without interruption.More Button

The point is made.More Button

I do not want names.More Button

Questions to the Leader.More Button

Questions to the Leader. We are not going fast enough.More Button

That is all in the past. We are discussing this morning’s Order of Business.More Button

We do not promote any magazines here.More Button

No interruptions please.More Button

I call Senator Mary White.More Button

The Senator has his point made.More Button

Senator Norris, please.More Button

I call Senator Mary White. There are to be no interruptions across the floor.More Button

Members should not mention names.More Button

The Senator has made her point.More Button

The point is made.More Button

What question does Senator O’Reilly have for the Leader?More Button

The Senator must ask a question of the Leader.More Button

Please, Senator.More Button

I call Senator Ormonde. I missed her yesterday. I am sorry I should have called her earlier.More Button

The point has been made. I call Senator Walsh. The time is just up.More Button

I call on the Leader to reply and I apologise to Members who failed to get in.More Button

Senator David Norris has moved an amendment to the Order of Business, that No. 24, motion 33 be taken before No. 1. Is the amendment being pressed?More Button

Middle East Conflict: Motion.

There should be no interruptions, please.More Button

There should be no interruptions, please, from anyone.More Button

Financial Emergency Measures in the Public Interest Bill 2009: Second Stage.

Senator Boyle, without interruption.More Button

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

Senator McFadden, without interruption.More Button

The Senator’s time has concluded. Time is tight and she has gone way over hers.More Button

Is Senator Leyden also sharing time with Senator Walsh?More Button

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

The Senator is sharing two minutes of his time with Senator Ross.More Button

The Senator is taking from Senator Ross’s two minutes.More Button

Senator Feeney, just four minutes remains of the allotted time. Do you intend to share your time?More Button

Two minutes each.More Button

No, the time was ordered today on the Order of Business and I must call the Minister of State at 10.50 p.m.More Button

Is that agreed? Agreed.More Button

When is it proposed to take Committee Stage?More Button

When is it proposed to sit again?More Button


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