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Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality: Effects of Gangland Crime on the Community: Discussion (10 Dec 2014)

David Stanton: ..., where possible, they should not criticise or make charges against any person or an entity by name or in such a way as to make him, her or it identifiable. Members should also be aware that under salient rules of the Chair they should not comment on, criticise or make charges against a person outside the Houses or an official, either by name or in such a way as to make him or her...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality: Aggressive Begging from a Public Order Perspective: Discussion (3 Dec 2014)

David Stanton: ..., where possible, they should not criticise or make charges against any person or an entity by name or in such a way as to make him, her or it identifiable. Members should also be aware that under salient rules of the Chair they should not comment on, criticise or make charges against a person outside the Houses or an official, either by name or in such a way as to make him or her...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality: Garda Oversight: Discussion (14 May 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

David Stanton: ..., where possible, they should not criticise or make charges against a person, persons or an entity by name or in such a way as to make him, her or it identifiable. I remind members that under the salient rules of the Chair, they should not comment on, criticise or make charges against a person outside the House or an official by name in such a way as to make him or her identifiable. I...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality: General Scheme of Criminal Justice (Community Sanctions) Bill: Discussion (7 May 2014)

David Stanton: ..., where possible, they should not criticise or make charges against a person, persons or an entity by name or in such a way as to make him, her or it identifiable. I remind members that under the salient rules of the Chair, they should not comment on, criticise or make charges against a person outside the House or an official by name in such a way as to make him, her or it identifiable....

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality: IHREC: Discussion with Members Designate (22 May 2013)

David Stanton: ...that, where possible, they should not criticise or make charges against any person or entity by name or in such a way as to make him, her or it identifiable. Members should be aware that under the salient rules of the Chair, they should not comment on, criticise or make charges against a person outside the House or an official by name or in such a way as to make him or her identifiable. ...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality: Black Market: Discussion with National Federation of Retail Newsagents (13 Mar 2013)

David Stanton: ..., where possible, they should not criticise or make charges against any person or persons or entity by name or in such a way as to make him, her or it identifiable. I remind members that under the salient rules of the Chair, they should not comment on, criticise or make charges against a person outside the House or an official by name in such a way as to make him, her or it identifiable....

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