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Arrangements for Business
Tuesday to Thursday, 4 - 7 July 2017


Deputy Joe McHugh, Government Chief Whip (Rapporteur):

Announcement of Business for the Week:
Tuesday’s business shall be Item 10, Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2017 Second Stage (resumed). Private Members Business shall be Item 124, Motion re. Bin Charges, selected by Fianna Fáil.

Wednesday’s business shall be Item 10, Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2017 Second Stage (resumed, if not previously concluded); Item 2, Rugby World Cup 2023 Bill 2017 Order for Second Stage, Second and Remaining Stages; and Item 3, Independent Reporting Commission Bill 2017 Order for Second Stage and Second Stage. Private Members’ Business shall be Item 125, Motion re. Childcare, selected by Sinn Féin. 

Thursday’s business shall be Item 11, Statements on the Quarterly Report on Housing; Item 12, Criminal Justice (Victims of Crime) Bill 2016 Order for Report, Report and Final Stages; Item 13, Minerals Development Bill 2015 [Seanad] Order for Report, Report and Final Stages; and Item 3, Independent Reporting Commission Bill 2017 Second Stage (resumed, if not previously concluded).

Announcement of Proposed Arrangements for this week’s business:
In relation to Wednesday’s business it is proposed that –
(1)    The Dáil shall sit at 10.00 a.m.
(2)    Second Stage of the Rugby World Cup 2023 Bill 2017 shall conclude within 125 minutes. Speeches shall be confined to a single round for a Minister or Minister of State and the main spokesperson for parties or groups, or a member nominated in their stead, which shall not exceed 15 minutes each, with a 5 minute speech for a Minister or Minister of State in reply. Committee and Remaining Stages shall conclude within 120 minutes.

In relation to Thursday’s business it is proposed that –
(1)    The Dáil shall sit at 10.00 a.m. to take Statements on the Quarterly Report on Housing for two hours. The Statements of a Minister or Minister of State and the main spokesperson for parties or groups, or a member nominated in their stead shall not exceed 10 minutes each, with a second round of 30 minutes in total for members of the Government, Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin to be divided proportionally on a 40/40/20 basis respectively. There shall be a 10 minute response from a Minister or Minister of State and all members may share time. If the Statements conclude before 12 noon, the House shall suspend until 12 noon.
(2)    The Dáil shall suspend on the conclusion of the Voting Block for 30 minutes.
(3)    Notwithstanding Standing Order 140(2), neither a Private Members’ Bill nor a Committee Report shall be taken. Questions to the Minister for Education shall be taken at 7.00 p.m. The Dáil shall sit later than 7.48 p.m. and shall adjourn on the conclusion of Topical Issues.

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