Today's business shall be No. 11, motion re amendment of orders of reference of special Joint Committee on Climate Action; No. 12, motion re Minamata convention - referral to committee; No. 33, National Surplus (Reserve Fund for Exceptional Contingencies) Bill 2018 - Second Stage, resumed; and No. 54, Prohibition of Above-cost Ticket Touting Bill 2017, Deputies Rock and Donnelly - Second Stage. Private Members' business shall be Second Stage of No. 55, No Consent, No Sale Bill 2019, selected by Sinn Féin.
Wednesday’s business shall be No. 33, resumed; No. 8, Local Government (Rates) Bill 2018 - Order for Second Stage and Second Stage; and No. 54. Private Members’ business shall be No. 208, motion re juvenile crime statistics and lack of follow-up thereon, selected by Fianna Fáil.
Thursday’s business shall be No. 34, Data Sharing and Governance Bill 2018 [Seanad] - Fifth Stage; No. 35, statements on child and adolescent mental health services, to adjourn, if not previously concluded; No. 54; and No. 8. Private Members’ business shall be Second Stage of No. 56, Equality (Miscellaneous Provisions) (No. 2) Bill 2017, Deputy James Browne.
I refer to the report of the Business Committee of 24 January 2019. In relation to today’s business, it is proposed that Nos. 11 and 12 shall be taken without debate and any division demanded on No. 11 shall be taken immediately; the order of the Dáil of 31 January 2017 that Second Stage of No. 54 be taken in Private Members' time be discharged and that Second Stage be taken in Government time; and Second Stage of No. 55 shall conclude within two hours.
In relation to Thursday’s business, it is proposed that No. 34 shall be taken immediately following Questions on Promised Legislation and shall be followed immediately by the weekly divisions. Regarding No. 35, statements of a Minister or Minister of State and the main spokespersons for parties and groups, or a Member nominated in their stead, shall not exceed ten minutes, and the statement of each other Member called upon shall not exceed five minutes, with a five-minute response from a Minister or Minister of State and all Members may share time.