Communications Regulation (Postal Services) Bill 2010: Order for Second Stage

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 205 No. 16

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Bill entitled an Act to provide for the regulation of postal services, to provide for the implementation of Directive 2008/6/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 February 2008 amending Directive 97/67/EC with regard to the full accomplishment of the Internal Market of community postal services, to confer additional functions on the Commission for Communications Regulation, to ensure the provision of a universal postal service, to provide for the designation of a universal postal service provider, to provide for financial support for universal postal service provision, to provide for the authorisation of postal service providers, to make further provision in relation to postal services, to provide for enforcement measures, to provide for offences in relation to postal services, to provide for free postage to certain candidates for election, to provide for the establishment, operation and maintenance of a system of postcodes and, for those and other purposes, to provide for consequential amendments to, and to further amend and extend, the Communications Regulation Act 2002, the Electoral Act 1992, the Presidential Elections Act 1993, the European Parliament Elections Act 1997 and certain other enactments, and to provide for related matters.

Senator Donie Cassidy: Information on Donie Cassidy Zoom on Donie Cassidy I move: “That Second Stage be taken today.”

Question put and agreed to.

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