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Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Catherine Connolly: The time for this debate having expired, I am required to put the following question in accordance with an order of the Dáil of 28 June: "That the amendments set down by the Minister for Justice and not disposed of are hereby made to the Bill, Fourth Stage is hereby completed and the Bill is hereby passed."

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Question put and agreed to.

Regulation of Providers of Building Works and Building Control (Amendment) Bill 2022: From the Seanad (29 Jun 2022)

Regulation of Providers of Building Works and Building Control (Amendment) Bill 2022: From the Seanad (29 Jun 2022)

The Dáil went into Committee to consider amendments from the Seanad.

Regulation of Providers of Building Works and Building Control (Amendment) Bill 2022: From the Seanad (29 Jun 2022)

Bernard Durkan: The amendments are from the Seanad, apart from one, which is in a different category. Amendments Nos. 1, 12 and 26 are related and will be discussed together. Seanad amendment No. 1: TITLE: In page 7, line 8, to delete “Clár Tionscal Tógála na hÉireann” and substitute “Clár Tionscail Foirgníochta na hÉireann”.

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Amendment put: The Dáil divided: Tá, 49; Níl, 75; Staon, 0. Tellers: Tá, Deputies Martin Kenny and Pa Daly; Níl, Deputies Jack Chambers and Brendan Griffin.

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Tá Chris Andrews, Richard Boyd Barrett, John Brady, Martin Browne, Pat Buckley, Holly Cairns, Seán Canney, Sorca Clarke, Joan Collins, Michael Collins, Rose Conway-Walsh, Réada Cronin, Seán Crowe, David Cullinane, Pa Daly, Pearse Doherty, Paul Donnelly, Dessie Ellis, Mairead Farrell, Kathleen Funchion, Gary Gannon, Johnny Guirke, Marian Harkin, Danny Healy-Rae, Gino...

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Amendment declared lost.

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Cathal Crowe: Amendments Nos. 4, 10, and 12 to 14, inclusive, are related and may be discussed together.

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Helen McEntee: I move amendment No. 4: In page 14, between lines 3 and 4, to insert the following: “(3) There may be paid by the Commission such allowances for expenses (if any), incurred by lay members on a panel established under section 46(2), as the Commission may, with the consent of the Minister and the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform,determine.”. The amendment makes...

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Martin Kenny: None of the amendments are a problem. The only clarification I would like on is amendment No. 10 and the provision for no fewer than three members, one a lay member and at least one a member of the Judiciary. While expenses and all of that is dealt with through these amendments, what is the issue with regard to training of the people who will be carrying out these interviews? It is a very...

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Brendan Howlin: It was never intended that the entire judicial appointments commission would interview every applicant. Is a panel of three sufficient? One has to be a member of the Judiciary and one a lay member. Is there a reason three is the required number? All panels could be panels of three then under this legislation to make the determination and do the interviews. The Minister does not want...

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Helen McEntee: What we have said is "at least three". I felt one or two would not be sufficient. Three would ensure that we have at least one lay member, one member of the Judiciary and one additional person but it could be four. It can be additional numbers. In speaking to the Chief Justice, it would be desirable not to have the same three people all the time. That is something that will be made clear...

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Amendment agreed to.

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Amendment No. 5 not moved.

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Amendment No. 6 not moved.

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Amendment No. 7 not moved.

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Martin Kenny: I move amendment No. 8: In page 26, between lines 30 and 31, to insert the following: “(i) in the case of all offices specified underparagraph (a), (b), (c), (d), (e),(f), (g), or(h), he or she has not held the office of Attorney General for a period of two years prior to their application under section 43.”. This is a very simple little amendment in respect of the...

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2022: Report and Final Stages (29 Jun 2022)

Helen McEntee: My view on this is that I do not see why any Attorney General, be they serving or retired or having moved on, should be disbarred at all for any particular period from applying. On the judicial appointments commission we have the Chief Justice and two other judicial members. We are not saying that they should at any point recuse themselves or not apply for a promotion or position for at...

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