The Order of Business today is Nos. 1 to 6, inclusive. Nos. 1 to 3, inclusive, are motions referred to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Justice, Equality, Defence and Women's Rights, which has completed its deliberations. No. 1 concerns a proposed regulation to transform the current Rome 1 convention, which is an intergovernmental agreement, into a Community instrument and to modernise certain aspects of it. No. 2 relates to the proposed Council decision annexed to the communication from the Council, COM 2005 (648), which proposes that measures relating to maintenance matters be adopted by co-decision of Council and European Parliament instead of by Council in consultation with the European Parliament. No. 3 concerns a proposal which seeks to enable a maintenance creditor to obtain easily, quickly and generally free of charge an order capable of circulation and enforcement without obstacles in the European Union area of justice enabling regular payments of amounts dues. Nos. 1 to 3, inclusive, will be taken without debate.
No. 4, the Criminal Justice (Mutual Assistance) Bill 2005 — Order for Second Stage and Second Stage, will be taken at the conclusion of the Order of Business until 2 p.m. with the contributions of spokespersons not to exceed 15 minutes and other Senators not to exceed ten minutes and the Minister will be called on to reply not later than five minutes before the conclusion of Second Stage; No. 5, statements on public disorder in Dublin city centre on 25 February 2006, will be taken at 2.20 p.m. until 3.20 p.m. with the contributions of groups or spokespersons not to exceed ten minutes; and No. 6, the Sea-Fisheries and Maritime Jurisdiction Bill 2005 — Second Stage will be taken at 3.20 p.m. until 5.30 p.m. with the contributions of spokespersons not to exceed 15 minutes and other Senators not to exceed ten minutes, and the Minister will be called on to reply not later than five minutes before the conclusion of Second Stage. More Senators may wish to contribute to Second Stage of the Sea-Fisheries and Maritime Jurisdiction Bill 2005, so we will have to see how it pans out. There will be a sos from 2 p.m. to 2.20 p.m.