For every sitting day, the Dáil and Seanad each publish an Order Paper setting out the business before each House. Each House may also publish a Supplementary Order Paper. The Dáil publishes a daily Questions Paper, which contains the texts of all oral, priority and written questions for the day.

Dáil business papers

Today, 20 Jun

Dáil Question Paper (Wed)

Dáil Question Paper (Wed) (PDF)

Today, 20 Jun

Dáil Order Paper (Wed)

Dáil Order Paper (Wed) (PDF)

Tue, 19 Jun

Dáil Second Supplementary Order Paper (Tues)

Dáil Second Supplementary Order Paper (Tues) (PDF)

Tue, 19 Jun

Dáil Supplementary Order Paper (Tues)

Dáil Supplementary Order Paper (Tues) (PDF)

Seanad business papers

Today, 20 Jun

Seanad Order Paper (Wed)

Seanad Order Paper (Wed) (PDF)

Tue, 19 Jun

Seanad Order Paper (Tues)

Seanad Order Paper (Tues) (PDF)

Thu, 14 Jun

Seanad Order Paper (Thurs)

Seanad Order Paper (Thurs) (PDF)

Wed, 13 Jun

Seanad Order Paper (Wed)

Seanad Order Paper (Wed) (PDF)

Dáil Éireann: Topical Issues

Topical issues provide TDs with the opportunity to raise issues of concern to them. To do this, they must give notice to the Ceann Comhairle of the issues they want to raise. The Ceann Comhairle then selects four issues for debate on a single day. In each case the TD concerned makes a four-minute initial statement and the Minister has a right to make a four-minute statement in reply. The TD then has two minutes for a supplementary statement and the Minister has two minutes for a concluding statement.

Wedneesday 20 June 2018

Deputy Eugene Murphy
Failings in paediatric audiology services between 2011 and 2015 in Counties Roscommon and Mayo

Deputies Michael Fitzmaurice and Éamon Ó Cuív
Filling all available places on RSS, TÚS and Community Employment Schemes and the provision of a pension scheme for supervisors

Deputy Sean Sherlock
Issues related to Garda accommodation throughout the state

Deputy John Brady
Accommodation issues at North Wicklow Educate Together



 


 

Seanad Éireann: Commencement Matters

Senators can raise issues of concern to them at the start of each sitting day – these are known as Commencement Matters. To do this, they must give notice to the Cathaoirleach of the issues they want to raise. The Cathaoirleach then selects four matters and the Senator concerned may make a four-minute speech. In each case, the Minister has the right to make a four-minute speech in reply.

Wednesday 20 June 2018

Senator Colm Burke
To establish a pilot quota of employment permits for the nursing home sector

Glossary

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