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Arrangements for Business
Tuesday to Thursday, 21 - 23 March 2017


 Deputy Brendan Ryan (Rapporteur):

Announcement of Business for the Week:

Tuesday’s business shall be Item 4, Motion re. Companies Act 2014 (Referral to Committee); Item 12, Post European Council Statements; and Item 13, Companies (Accounting) Bill 2016 Order for Report, Report and Final Stages. Private Members’ Business shall be Item 96, Motion re. Mother and Baby homes.

Wednesday’s business shall be Item 14, Statements on the Announcement by the Commission of Investigation confirming Human Remains on the Site of the former Tuam Mother and Baby home (resumed); the Health (Amendment) Bill 2017 Committee and Remaining Stages; Item 13, Companies (Accounting) Bill 2016 Order for Report and Final Stages; and Item 15, Mediation Bill 2017 Second Stage (resumed). Private Members’ Business shall be the Second Stage of Item 24, Thirty Fifth Amendment of the Constitution (Economic, Social and Cultural Rights) Bill 2016, selected by I4C.

Thursday’s business shall be the Health (Amendment) Bill 2017 Committee and Remaining Stages (resumed if not previously concluded); Item 13, Companies (Accounting) Bill 2016 Report and Final Stages (resumed if not previously concluded); and Item 15, Mediation Bill 2017 Second Stage (resumed). Second Stage of Item 26, Intoxicating Liquor (Breweries and Distilleries) Bill 2016, will be debated in the evening slot.

Announcement of Proposed Arrangements for this week’s business:

In relation to Tuesday’s business, it is proposed that:

(1) Motion re. Companies Act 2014 (Referral to Committee) will be taken without debate; and

(2) Post-European Council Statements shall commence immediately after Taoiseach’s Questions and be followed by Questions to the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment. The Statements shall be brought to a conclusion after 1 hour and 45 minutes if not previously concluded and shall be confined to a Minister or Minister of State and the main spokespersons for parties or groups, or a member nominated in their stead who shall have 10 minutes each. A Minister or Minister of State shall take questions for a period not exceeding 20 minutes with a response from the Minister or Minister of State not exceeding 5 minutes and all members may share time.

(3) In the event Topical Issues are not concluded before 8 p.m., private members’ business shall be taken on the conclusion of Topical Issues for two hours, and the Dáil shall adjourn on the conclusion of private members’ business

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In relation to Wednesday’s business, it is proposed that:

1. The Dáil shall sit at 10.00 a.m. to resume Statements on the Announcement by the Commission of Investigation confirming Human Remains on the Site of the former Tuam Mother and Baby home. If the Statements conclude before 12.00 p.m., the House shall suspend until 12.00 p.m. and Leaders’ Questions shall commence at 12.00 p.m. Statements of Members shall not be more than 5 minutes each and all members may share time;

2. The Order of the Dáil of 8th March, 2017, referring the Health (Amendment) Bill 2017 to the Select Committee on Health be discharged and that the Bill be considered in Committee of the whole Dáil on Wednesday; and

3. Proceedings on the Second Stage of the Thirty Fifth Amendment of the Constitution (Economic, Social and Cultural Rights) Bill 2016 shall be brought to a conclusion after 2 hours, if not previously concluded.


 
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