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Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019: Second Stage (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

Michael D'Arcy: I thank Members for their contributions on Stage Stage of the Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019. I will come back to them prior to Committee Stage with as many answers as possible to their questions. I look forward to interacting with them at that point.

Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019: Second Stage (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

Question put and agreed to.

Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019: Referral to Select Committee (13 Mar 2019)

Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019: Referral to Select Committee (13 Mar 2019)

Michael D'Arcy: I move:That the Bill be referred to the Select Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform pursuant to Standing Orders 84A(3)(a) and 149(1).

Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019: Referral to Select Committee (13 Mar 2019)

Question put and agreed to.

Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019: Referral to Select Committee (13 Mar 2019)

The Dáil adjourned at at 9.15 p.m. until 2 p.m. on Tuesday, 26 March 2019.

Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019: Second Stage (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

Michael Fitzmaurice: I welcome the opportunity to speak on this Bill, which I welcome and will be supporting. We need, however, to recall the days when the country was in trouble. As was pointed out earlier, the then Minister for Finance said in the Seanad that the credit unions would require up to €1 billion. It was probably not his view as someone probably gave him that information. Regardless, it...

Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019: Second Stage (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin: The Bill will wind up the Credit Union Restructuring Board or ReBo. Members should recall that at the time of the board's establishment, it was feared that credit unions were likely to be the next domino in the banking collapse. However, although a few difficult years for credit unions followed, the predicted widespread collapses did not occur. Through their own resources and the solid...

Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019: Second Stage (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

Michael McGrath: I welcome the opportunity to make a contribution on the Bill. Fianna Fáil will support the legislation. I acknowledge the good work the restructuring board did in the period from 2013 to 2017, which was quite a challenging period for many credit unions. The fact ReBo facilitated 82 restructuring projects involving 156 credit unions in 24 counties on a voluntary basis was, undoubtedly,...

Independent Clinical Review of Maternity Services at Portiuncula University Hospital: Statements (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

Michael D'Arcy: I thank the Deputies for their contributions. Following on from what the Minister, Deputy Harris, stated when opening the debate on this matter last June, I wish to express my heartfelt sympathies to the families involved and commend them on their engagement in the review process. It is vitally important, not least for those families, that the systems learn from these events and ensure that...

Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019: Second Stage (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019: Second Stage (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

Question again proposed: "That the Bill be now read a Second Time."

Credit Union Restructuring Board (Dissolution) Bill 2019: Second Stage (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

Michael D'Arcy: The role of Credit Union Restructuring Board, or ReBo, was to plan for the restructuring of the credit union sector, engage with and assist credit unions in the preparation of restructuring plans, consider and decide on restructuring plans submitted to it by, or on behalf of, credit unions, oversee the implementation of restructuring plans including the provision of post-restructuring support...

Independent Clinical Review of Maternity Services at Portiuncula University Hospital: Statements (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

John Lahart: I will give the Deputy just less than four minutes.

Independent Clinical Review of Maternity Services at Portiuncula University Hospital: Statements (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

Catherine Connolly: It is difficult to know because the clock usually goes in reverse. I am not sure where I am now.

Independent Clinical Review of Maternity Services at Portiuncula University Hospital: Statements (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

John Lahart: I will allow the Deputy go four minutes over at my discretion.

Independent Clinical Review of Maternity Services at Portiuncula University Hospital: Statements (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

Catherine Connolly: I thank the Acting Chairman.

Independent Clinical Review of Maternity Services at Portiuncula University Hospital: Statements (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

John Lahart: The Deputy is welcome.

Independent Clinical Review of Maternity Services at Portiuncula University Hospital: Statements (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

Catherine Connolly: In regard to this matter, I seek some answers as to whether these 35 recommendations have been implemented. This report was published in May 2018. Where are we with regard to these recommendations? When the Minister spoke in June 2018, all of the recommendations had not been implemented. Second, he pointed out that the maternity strategy was very welcome, and I certainly agree with him....

Independent Clinical Review of Maternity Services at Portiuncula University Hospital: Statements (Resumed) (13 Mar 2019)

John Lahart: I appreciate that.

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