Thursday, 12 February 2009
- Prelude (0 speeches)
Chuaigh an Ceann Comhairle i gceannas ar 10.30 a.m.
- Suspension of Member (1 speech)
Before coming to the Order of Business I must deal with a postponed division relating to the suspension of a Member. On Wednesday, 11 February 2009, on the question, "That Deputy Róisín...
- Requests to move Adjournment of the Dáil under Standing Order 32 (5 speeches)
Anois, iarratais chun tairisceana a dhéanamh an Dáil a chur ar athló faoi Bhuan Ordú 32, requests to move the adjournment of the Dáil under Standing Order 32.
- Order of Business (260 speeches)
It is proposed to take No. 9b, motion re planned recapitalisation of Allied Irish Banks and Bank of Ireland. It is proposed, notwithstanding anything in Standing Orders, that the proceedings on...
- Legal Practitioners (Qualification) (Amendment) Bill 2007: Leave to Withdraw (1 speech)
I move: That, notwithstanding anything in Standing Orders, leave be granted to withdraw the Legal Practitioners (Qualification) (Amendment) Bill 2007.
- Recapitalisation of Allied Irish Banks and Bank of Ireland: Motion (157 speeches)
I move: "—That Dáil Éireann: commends the recapitalisation terms to be offered by the Government to Allied Irish Banks and Bank of Ireland, with €3.5 billion in capital to be provided to...
- Ceisteanna — Questions (0 speeches)
- Priority Questions (0 speeches)
- Bilateral Relations. (16 speeches)
Question 1: To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs the recent discussions he has had with the US Administration with respect to its recovery and re-investment plan; and the impact it is...
- Overseas Development Aid. (6 speeches)
Question 2: To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs the reason, in the recent reassessment of national expenditure, that part of the budget assigned to overseas development aid was cut by a...
- Conflict Resolution. (15 speeches)
Question 3: To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs the role and function of the conflict resolution centre. [5340/09]
- Official Travel. (14 speeches)
Question 4: To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs if he will report on his recent visit to the Middle East. [5341/09]
- Overseas Development Aid. (6 speeches)
Question 5: To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs the areas of the overseas aid budget that will be reduced as a result of the cut of €95 million in the budget for 2009; the amount of the...
- Other Questions (0 speeches)
- EU-Israel Relations. (18 speeches)
Question 6: To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs his views on the upgrading of relations between the EU and Israel in view of the fact that according to the Israeli non-governmental...
- Arms Trade. (17 speeches)
Question 7: To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs his views on an effective universal arms trade treaty in view of the effect of unrestrained arms trading on human rights in conflict areas in...
- UN Conventions. (13 speeches)
Question 8: To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs when Ireland will ratify the UN Convention against Corruption. [5223/09]
- Adjournment Debate Matters (1 speech)
I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 21 and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Pat Breen — the need to...
- Adjournment Debate (0 speeches)
- Brewery Closure. (2 speeches)
I thank the Minister of State, Deputy John McGuinness, for attending this important debate. As a Kilkenny man, I am glad the Minister of State will be able to give me the necessary information...
- Hospital Services. (2 speeches)
Both Waterford city and County Waterford require substantially more public continuing care beds for elderly patients. The decision to close St. Bridget's ward at St. Patrick's Hospital,...
- Public Transport. (2 speeches)
An efficiency review of Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann was initiated in June 2008, arising out of concerns that the State bus companies were not using their fleets to best of their abilities. This...
- Social Welfare Benefits. (10 speeches)
I thank the Minister of State for coming into the House to reply to these Adjournment debates. However, it is the duty of the relevant line Minister or Minister of State to come before the House...