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Seanad: Local Government (Mayor of Limerick) and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2023: Committee Stage (Resumed) (14 Feb 2024)

“I will be brief. Senator Moynihan spoke on amendments Nos. 40, 41, and 44 to 46, inclusive, and I concur with her. She set out the rationale and the argument concisely. I join with her, support those amendments and speak in favour of them.”

Seanad: Local Government (Mayor of Limerick) and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2023: Committee Stage (Resumed) (14 Feb 2024)

“I absolutely agree with this. Senator Boylan has made it clear. The Association of Irish Local Government, AILG, uses the d'Hondt system. Many local authorities use the d'Hondt system for various committees and sub-committees. It is important that it is representative. It gives support and legitimacy to what are, in effect, equal, valued members of a local authority. They have been...”

Seanad: Local Government (Mayor of Limerick) and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2023: Committee Stage (Resumed) (14 Feb 2024)

“I support these amendments. I am particularly interested in amendment No. 76. Senators Garvey and Pauline O’Reilly are not present to move it, but may I discuss it?”

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  • Has spoken in 160 committee discussions and Dáil debates in the last year — well above average among Senators.
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  • Has used three-word alliterative phrases (e.g. "public-private partnership") 1069 times in debates — well above average among Senators.
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