The Order of Business is No. 1, motion re arrangements for the sitting of the House on Tuesday, 19 June 2012, to be taken at the conclusion of the Order of Business without debate; No. 2, Competition (Amendment) Bill 2011 — Report and Final Stages, to be taken at the conclusion of No. 1 and to conclude not later than 1 p.m.; No. 3, statements on the Euroscience Open Forum 2012, to be taken at 1 p.m. and to conclude not later than 2.30 p.m., with the contributions of group spokespersons not to exceed eight minutes, those of all other Senators not to exceed five minutes, and the Minister to be called on to reply to the debate not later than 2.20 p.m.; and No. 4, statements following the referendum regarding the Thirtieth Amendment of the Constitution, to be taken at the conclusion of No. 3, with the contribution of all Senators not to exceed eight minutes.
As Members will be aware, the Seanad Public Consultation Committee hearings on how lifestyle changes can curb cancer rates will take place on Tuesday next in the House. I encourage as many Members as possible to attend. It is my intention once the report has been completed to invite the Minister for Health to the House to review it and discuss its recommendations, as we did with the Minister of State, Deputy Kathleen Lynch, yesterday in respect of our first public consultation on the rights of older people. On Tuesday next, Second Stage of the Criminal Justice (Search Warrants) Bill 2012 will be held after the hearings.
I wish to advise Members that Second Stage of the Gaeltacht Bill 2012, or Bille Gaeltachta 2012, will be taken in the Seanad on Thursday, 21 June. Officials in the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht will give a briefing on the Bill to Opposition Senators at an information session next Wednesday, 20 June at 5 p.m. I have provided details for the Department which will issue an invitation to spokespersons directly.