Wednesday, 27 June 2012
- Prelude (0 speeches)
Chuaigh an Cathaoirleach i gceannas ar 10.30 a.m.
- Business of Seanad (1 speech)
I have received notice from Senator Marie Moloney that, on the motion for the Adjournment of the House today, she proposes to raise the following matter: The need for the Minister for Finance to...
- Order of Business (159 speeches)
The Order of Business is No. 1, European Stability Mechanism Bill 2012 - Committee and Remaining Stages, to be taken at the conclusion of the Order of Business and conclude not later than 2.30...
- European Stability Mechanism Bill 2012: Committee and Remaining Stages (246 speeches)
I welcome the Minister of State, Deputy Brian Hayes. He slipped in under the radar and I did not notice him for a couple of seconds. Tá fáilte romhat.
- Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration: Statements (30 speeches)
I welcome the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, Deputy Pat Rabbitte.
- European Communities (Amendment) Bill 2012: Committee and Remaining Stages (15 speeches)
- National Cultural Institutions: Motion (86 speeches)
I move: That Seanad Éireann recognises: Ireland's obligations under Article 27(1) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which states: "Everyone has the right freely to participate in the...
- Adjournment Matters (0 speeches)
- Flood Relief (6 speeches)
I welcome the Minister of State with responsibility for foreign affairs, Deputy Creighton, to the House.
- Foreign Conflicts (4 speeches)
I welcome the Minister of State. My Adjournment matter relates to the need for the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade to make a statement on the need for the former Camp...
- Community Employment Schemes. (5 speeches)
I thank the Minister for coming in because I realise how busy she is. I am conscious of the hours of work she has put into resolving the outstanding issues surrounding the community employment...
- National Internship Scheme (7 speeches)
I thank the Minister, Deputy Joan Burton, for attending this evening. I will be brief because I am last, but not least. I am acutely aware of how busy the Minister is. I commend the Government...