Mullooly, Brian

Thursday, 12 March 1998

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 154 Nbr. 13


Business of Seanad.

I have notice from Senator Taylor-Quinn that, on the motion for the Adjournment of the House today, she proposes to raise the following matter:More Button

The need for the Minister for Environment and Local Government to install an upgraded sewerage system in Kilkee for environmental and public health reasons, especially in view of the expansion curr...More Button

I regard the matter raised by the Senator as suitable for discussion on the Adjournment and it will be taken at the conclusion of business.More Button

Death of Former Member: Expressions of Sympathy.

As a fellow Roscommon man, I would like to be associated with the tributes paid to the late Jack McQuillan and I join in the expressions of sympathy to his wife and daughter. I now ask Members to ...More Button

Members rose in their places.More Button

Order of Business.

I call Senator Henry.More Button

I always have difficulty when Senator O'Toole is not in the House.More Button

This matter may be appropriate to the Adjournment but it is not relevant to the Order of Business.More Button

I did not say it was not important, I said it was not relevant to today's Order of Business. I suggest the Senator finds a different way of raising the matter.More Button

Senator Glynn, that is not appropriate to the Order of Business. The Senator has the same access to the Minister as the Leader and he also could have put the matter down for discussion on the Adjo...More Button

Then I suggest, Senator, that it would be more appropriate to raise these matters under that motion, which was put down by your party. I am sure your leader would be prepared to give it priority i...More Button

That is not relevant to the Order of Business.More Button

There is no problem about raising these matters but it should not be done on the Order of Business. Ways and means are set out in Standing Orders by which these or similar matters can be raised.More Button

You would be quite in order to raise it on the Adjournment.More Button

Senator Caffrey, I have given you a considerable amount of latitude.More Button

Central Bank Bill, 1997: Second Stage.

The question is: “That the Bill be now read a Second Time”. Is that agreed?More Button

Will the Senators claiming a division please rise in their places?More Button

Senators B. Ryan, Quinn and Ross rose.More Button

As fewer than five Senators stood in their places I declare the question carried. The names of the Senators who stood will be recorded in the Official Report and the Journal of Proceedings of the S...More Button

The names of those who stood will be recorded, but not as having opposed the Bill.More Button

When is it proposed to take Committee Stage?More Button