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Hogan, Patrick

Thursday, 15 December 1966

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 226 Nbr. 5

Debate on Adjournment (Christmas Recess).

I must ask Deputy Harte to cease interrupting.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - CIE Locomotives.

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Monaghan Road Workers.

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Credit Facilities for Farmers.

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Garda Promotion Regulations.

The Deputy is making a statement, not asking a question.More Button

Debate on Adjournment (Christmas Recess) (Resumed).

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Deputy Harte is entitled to make his speech without interruption.More Button

That is part of my problem. Deputies should allow him speak. If they want to make statements themselves, there is still time for them to do so.More Button

The result of the by-election can be discussed in too much detail for the liking of the Chair. There are many other matters that may, more relevantly, be discussed.More Button

And I shall assume the Deputy has concluded his reference to them.More Button

Deputies should allow Deputy Harte to proceed in his own way.More Button

The Deputy should show that in some other way.More Button

I must ask Deputy Clohessy to restrain himself.More Button

The Deputy has now put it on the record.More Button

That has nothing whatever to do with the motion.More Button

I must insist that Deputy Harte be allowed to make his statement.More Button

The first interruption was made by Deputy Molloy.More Button

Would the Deputy deal with some other aspect of the motion? He told me before that he was leaving that part of his statement.More Button

There is a method of dealing with interruptions, and the Chair will put it into operation, if Deputies insist on misconducting themselves.More Button

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If Deputy Fanning insists on interrupting, I shall have to ask him to leave the House.More Button

I cannot allow that remark.More Button

Will the Deputy please get to the point?More Button

The Deputy should not address a Deputy across the House.More Button

Deputy Harte should not be addressing Deputies across the House. I am cautioning both sides, Deputy Harte and the interrupters on the other side. There is power vested in the Chair to deal with i...More Button

Would Deputy Fanning please restrain himself or else leave the House?More Button

Deputy Briscoe must not interrupt but must wait until Deputy Harte has finished, if he wants to make a contribution to the debate.More Button

I asked Deputy Clohessy before to stop interrupting.More Button

The Deputy's sorrow does not seem to be in any way permanent.More Button

The Deputy will allow Deputy Lenihan to proceed.More Button

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Will Deputies abide by the rules of the House? Deputy Donegan has been interrupting since the Taoiseach started.More Button

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