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SEANAD ÉIREANN

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Déardaoin, 3 Aibreán, 2003

Thursday, 3rd April, 2003

10.30 a.m.


RIAR NA hOIBRE

Order Paper


GNÓ POIBLÍ

Public Business


1. An Bille um Údarás Náisiúnta Forbartha Turasóireachta 2002 [Bille Seanad arna leasú ag an Dáil] - An Tuarascáil.

National Tourism Development Authority Bill 2002 - [Seanad Bill amended by the Dáil] -Report Stage.

 

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2. An Bille um Chosaint Sonraí (Leasú) 2002 [Bille Seanad arna leasú ag an Dáil]

- An Tuarascáil.

Data Protection (Amendment) Bill 2002 - [Seanad Bill amended by the Dáil] – Report Stage.

 

 

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3. Ráitis maidir le Coireacht.

Statements on Crime.

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Tíolactha:

Presented:

 

4. An Bille Rialtais Áitiúil (Uimh. 2) 2003 - Ordú don Dara Céim.

Local Government (No. 2) Bill 2003 - Order for Second Stage.

Bille dá ngairtear Acht do dhéanamh socrú chun feidhm leanúnach a bheith ag Cuid IV den Acht Rialtais Áitiúil 1946 i ndáil le horduithe droichid áirithe agus do dhéanamh socrú i dtaobh nithe gaolmhara Bill entitled an Act to provide for the continued application of Part IV of the Local Government Act 1946 in relation to certain bridge orders and to provide for related matters

- Senator Mary O’Rourke.

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5. Bille na gCuideachtaí (Iniúchadh agus Cuntasaíocht) 2003 - Ordú don Dara Céim.

Companies (Auditing and Accounting) Bill 2003 - Order for Second Stage.

Bille dá ngairtear Acht do dhéanamh socrú chun Údarás Maoirseachta Iniúchta agus Cuntasaíochta na hÉireann a bhunú, do thabhairt cumhacht dó feidhmeanna rialála na gcomhlachtaí cuntasóireachta aitheanta agus comhlachtaí cuntasóireachta forordaithe eile a mhaoirsiú, do leasú dlí cuideachtaí chun feidhmeanna láithreacha a bhaineann le haithint comhlachtaí cuntasóireachta a aistriú chuig an údarás maoirseachta agus do dhéanamh leasú thairis sin ar dhlí cuideachtaí i ndáil le hiniúchadh, cuntasaíocht agus nithe eile.

Bill entitled an Act to provide for the establishment of the Irish Auditing and Accounting Supervisory Authority, to give power to it to supervise the regulatory functions of the recognised accountancy bodies and other prescribed accountancy bodies, to amend company law to transfer to the supervisory authority existing functions relating to the recognition of accountancy bodies and to otherwise amend company law in relation to auditing, accounting and other matters.

- Senator Mary O’Rourke.

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6. (l) Bille na dTeangacha Oifigiúla (Comhionannas) 2002 - An Coiste.

(a) Official Languages (Equality) Bill 2002 – Committee.

 

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7. An Bille um an Dlí Coiriúil (Gealtacht) 2002 - An Coiste.

Criminal Law (Insanity) Bill 2002 - Committee.

 

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8. Ráitis maidir leis an leibhéal ard óil alcóil ag daoine óga. (atógáil)

Statements on the high level of alcohol consumption by young people. (resumed)

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9. Ráitis maidir le Beartas agus Gníomhartha Forbartha Tuaithe ag tagairt go háirithe d’fhadhb mheath an daonra. (atógáil)

Statements on Rural Development Policy and Actions with particular reference to the problem of population decline. (resumed)

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10. An Bille um Rialáil Leictreachais (Leasú) 2003 - An Dara Céim.

Electricity Regulation (Amendment) Bill 2003 - Second Stage.

 

- Senator Jim Higgins.

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Tíolactha:

Presented:

 

11. An Bille um Shaoráil Faisnéise (Leasú) (Uimh. 2) 2003 - Ordú don Dara Céim.

Freedom of Information (Amendment) (No. 2) Bill 2003 - Order for Second Stage.

Bille dá ngairtear Acht do leasú an Achta um Shaoráil Faisnéise 1997 agus do dhéanamh socrú i dtaobh nithe gaolmhara.

Bill entitled an Act to amend the Freedom of Information Act 1997 and to provide for related matters.

- Senator Brendan Ryan

 

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12. Tairiscintí nach ón Rialtas.

Non-Government Motions.

 

1. "That Seanad Éireann urges the Government to provide adequate occupational and speech therapies on an ongoing basis for children with autism, tailored to their individual needs."

 

- Senators Shane Ross, David Norris, Mary Henry, Joe O'Toole, Feargal Quinn.

[12 September, 2002]

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2. "That Seanad Éireann expresses its concern at the recent dismissal of the Principal Teacher of an interdenominational Gaelscoil in Dunboyne, Co. Meath and, in order to develop a viable and comprehensive policy, calls on the Minister for Education and Science to establish immediately a Forum on Interdenominational Education, representative of the Education partners and appropriate Church Authorities; and requests the reinstatement of the Principal until such time as the Report of the Forum is considered."

 

- Senators Joe O'Toole, Shane Ross, David Norris, Mary Henry.

[9 October, 2002]

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3. "That Seanad Éireann deplores-

 

(a) the failure by the Minister for Finance to make public before the May General Election the true state of the public finances as subsequently outlined in last June's memo from the Minister for Finance to his fellow Government Ministers.

 

(b) the gross failure by the Minister for Finance in his December 2001 Budget Statement to accurately assess the now projected Budget Deficit and

 

(c) calls on the Minister for Finance to come before the Seanad for a full debate on the consequence of the current economic crisis and to introduce a Fiscal Responsibility Bill."

 

- Senators Jim Higgins, Ulick Burke, James Bannon, Paul Bradford, Fergal Browne, Paddy Burke, Paul Coghlan, Noel Coonan, Maurice Cummins, Frank Feighan, Michael Finucane, Brian Hayes, Joe McHugh, John Phelan, Sheila Terry.

[9 October, 2002]

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4. "In view of the fact that Argentina is experiencing its worst economic crisis and, remembering how our emigrants were welcomed in Argentina during the 19th century, Seanad Éireann calls on the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform to make some arrangement to allow members of the Irish-Argentine community to live and work in Ireland which they have been excluded from doing under the terms and provisions of the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Acts of 1956 and 1986."

 

- Senators Joe O'Toole, David Norris, Shane Ross, Mary Henry, Feargal Quinn.

[9 October, 2002]

 

 

 

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5. "That Seanad Éireann:

 

- recognises the crisis in the provision of insurance cover in Ireland and the consequent job losses,

 

- notes the report of the Motor Insurance Advisory Board (MIAB) published in April, 2002,

 

- expresses alarm at high insurance costs and the imposition that they impose on business, young drivers and consumers generally,

 

- expresses concern at the lack of competition in the insurance sector,

 

- notes the role of high legal costs in the high level of insurance costs,

 

- recognises an unacceptable level of insurance fraud in Ireland;

 

condemns the Government for its failure to tackle the crisis and in particular the complete in inadequacy of the measures taken to date and calls on the Government to

 

- immediately implement the outstanding recommendations of the MIAB Report,

 

refer the MIAB Report to an appropriate Oireachtas Committee to carry out an investigation into the findings of the MIAB and to take submissions from interested parties,

 

- introduce measures to facilitate greater competition in the insurance market in Ireland,

 

- introduce measures to reduce legal costs in Ireland, and

 

- introduce reforms to the system of civil litigation in Ireland."

 

- Senators Paul Coghlan, Brian Hayes, James Bannon, Paul Bradford, Fergal Browne, Paddy Burke, Ulick Burke, Noel Coonan, Maurice Cummins, Frank Feighan, Michael Finucane, Jim Higgins, Joe McHugh, John Phelan, Sheila Terry.

[10 October, 2002]

 

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6. "That Seanad Éireann calls on the Government to set up a Joint Committee of the Oireachtas to investigate the activities of auctioneers."

 

- Senators Shane Ross, David Norris, Joe O'Toole, Mary Henry.

[10 October, 2002]

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7. "That Seanad Éireann demands that the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, outlines to the House specific actions, if any, he is proposing to take in respect of:

 

(a) reversing the trends of rural depopulation,

 

(b) providing funding for the provision of essential services in rural Ireland,

 

(c) planning to roll out a modern communication infrastructure, and

 

(d) initiatives to increase employment, specifically cottage industry projects in areas where he has direct Ministerial responsibility."

 

- Senators Joe McHugh, James Bannon, Paul Bradford, Fergal Browne, Paddy Burke, Ulick Burke, Noel Coonan, Paul Coghlan, Maurice Cummins, Frank Feighan, Michael Finucane, Brian Hayes, Jim Higgins, John Phelan, Sheila Terry.

[16 October, 2002]

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8. "That Seanad Éireann calls on the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform:

 

- to explain how cutbacks in relation to training will impact on the provision of new Garda recruits;

 

- to outline how he proposes to increase the Garda Force by 2,000 to 14,000 by 2007 when an increasing number of Gardaí retire each year and an increasing number of senior and mid-ranking Gardaí are taking early retirement; and

 

- to provide an option for Gardaí to defer their retirement to at least 60 years of age."

 

- Senators Sheila Terry, Brian Hayes, James Bannon, Paul Bradford, Fergal Browne, Paddy Burke, Ulick Burke, Noel Coonan, Paul Coghlan, Maurice Cummins, Frank Feighan, Michael Finucane, Jim Higgins, Joe McHugh, John Phelan.

[16 October, 2002]

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9. "That Seanad Éireann notes the improved voter turnout at the most recent Referendum on the Nice Treaty; and calls on the Government to designate all future elections and referenda to take place on Saturday, as a day in the week which provides the electorate with the best possible opportunity to vote and thereby participate in the democratic process."

 

- Senators Brian Hayes, James Bannon, Paul Bradford, Fergal Browne, Paddy Burke,Ulick Burke, Paul Coghlan, Noel Coonan, Maurice Cummins, Frank Feighan, Michael Finucane, Jim Higgins, Joe McHugh, John Phelan, Sheila Terry.

[6 November, 2002]

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10. "That Seanad Éireann urgently desires and requests that all paramilitary organisations North and South, Orange and Green, Loyalist and Republican should forthwith disarm, disband and publicly confirm this action."

- Senators David Norris, Shane Ross, Joe O’Toole, Mary Henry.

 

[6 November, 2002]

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11. "That Seanad Éireann calls on the Minister for Environment and Local Government to guarantee that a minimum standard of service applies to all local authorities."

 

- Senators James Bannon, Brian Hayes, Paul Bradford, Fergal Browne, Paddy Burke, Ulick Burke, Paul Coghlan, Noel Coonan, Maurice Cummins, Frank Feighan, Michael Finucane, Jim Higgins, Joe McHugh, John Phelan, Sheila Terry.

 

[12 November 2002]

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12. "That Seanad Éireann calls on the Minister for Transport to take immediate action to:-

improve the safety of the rail network,

increase the physical capacity of the railway,

improve the quality, speed and reliability of the rail network, and

extend regional public transport bus service."

- Senators James Bannon, Brian Hayes, Paul Bradford, Fergal Browne, Paddy Burke, Ulick Burke, Paul Coghlan, Noel Coonan, Maurice Cummins, Frank Feighan, Michael Finucane, Jim Higgins, Joe McHugh, John Phelan, Sheila Terry.

[12 November 2002]

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13. "That Seanad Éireann calls on the Minister for Transport to indicate the reason the level of the roadway has not been reduced to accommodate the trucks currently using the M1 and the M50 to access the Dublin Port Tunnel."

- Senators Tom Morrissey, John Dardis, Kate Walsh, John Minihan.

[12 November 2002]

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14. "That Seanad Éireann in the light of the many positive resolutions on Tibet already passed in various fora including

- the European Parliament resolutions regarding Tibet dated October 14, 1987, March 15, 1989, September 15, 1993, May 17, 1995, July 13, 1995, April 18, 1996, May 23, 1996, May 13, 1997, January 16,1998, May 13, 1998, July 6, 2000, April 11, 2002;

- the resolutions regarding fundamental rights violations in Tibet adopted by the German Bundestag (October 15, 1987, June 20, 1996 and April 18,2002), adopted by the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Italian House of Representatives (April 12, 1989), by the Belgian House of Representatives (June 20, 1990), adopted by the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Irish Parliament (July 21, 1998);

- the resolution adopted on August 23, 1991 by the United Nations sub-Committee for the prevention of discrimination and protection of the rights of minorities;

 

- the resolutions adopted by the United States Government, by the Australian Senate and House of Representatives and by the Czech Parliament;

 

- the Constituent Act of the ‘Association of Italian Communities, provinces and Regions’ an organisation which many local organizations have joined; and

 

Bearing in mind

- the tragic historical events experienced since 1949 by the Tibetan people;

- the United Nations resolution n. 1353 of the year 1959, and n. 1723 of the year 1961 and n. 2079 of the year 1965; co-sponsored by Ireland,

 

- the ‘agreement consisting of 17 points’ signed in Beijing by the Tibetan authorities, which guaranteed full autonomy for Tibet and, particularly, the acknowledgement of its political system and the full respect of religious freedom; and

 

- the repeated attempts to give new force to the dialogue with Beijing authorities made by the Dalai Lama with the ‘five point program’, presented before the American Parliament in 1987, and with the ‘Strasbourg proposal’, presented before the European Parliament in 1988;

 

- the recent execution without a fair trial or legal representative of Lobsang Dhondrup in Sichuan despite protest from the E.U.;

 

Commends the position of the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government in exile as far as it concerns the realization of an autonomous government for Tibet as a moderate position encouraging dialogue and negotiations;

 

Shares its profound concern for the serious damage already done to the Tibetan environment, traditions, culture and the Tibetan religion, and for the deterioration of the situation regarding human rights in Tibet;

 

Commends the recent contacts commenced between the Chinese government and the Tibetan Government in exile;

 

Expresses the hope that these will become, as soon as possible, true direct negotiations between the Chinese government and the Tibetan Government in exile with the aim of defining a new statute which guarantees full autonomy for Tibet;

 

Adopts as its own

- The European Parliament resolutions dated July 6,2000 and April 11, 2002, and

Requests the Government

- to adopt among the aforesaid European Parliament resolutions, all possible initiatives regarding the People's Republic of China, so that, by way of dialogue, conditions be created for the realization of a new statute for Tibet, which will guarantee full autonomy for the Tibetan people in all sectors of political, economic and cultural life, with the exception of foreign affairs and defence;

 

- to call upon the Chinese government to acknowledge and fully respect the fundamental political, social and cultural rights of religious, ethnic and other minorities, and also their cultural specificity including religious freedom;

 

- to aid, in accordance with the other European Union members, the dialogue between the Beijing authorities and the Dalai Lama the Tibetan Government in exile; and

 

- to work within the European Commission so as to designate an observer from the European Union concerning the Tibetan issue."

- Senators David Norris, Joe O’Toole.

 

[14 November, 2002]

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15. "That Seanad Éireann calls on the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform to extend the terms of reference of the Morris Tribunal in order to include the performances of the former Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform, the former Attorney General, the Garda Commissioner and the State Solicitor for County Donegal in relation to their handling of alleged Garda misconduct in County Donegal."

 

- Senators Jim Higgins, Brian Hayes, James Bannon, Paul Bradford, Fergal Browne, Paddy Burke, Ulick Burke, Paul Coghlan, Noel Coonan, Maurice Cummins, Frank Feighan, Michael Finucane, Joe McHugh, John Phelan, Sheila Terry.

 

[20 November 2002]

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16. "That Seanad Éireann requests the Minister for Health and Children in conjunction with the Minister for Finance to create a mechanism whereby medical research in Ireland can receive substantial support from lottery funding."

 

- Senators David Norris, Shane Ross, Feargal Quinn, Mary Henry, Joe O’Toole.

[27 November 2002]

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17. "That Seanad Éireann requests the Minister for Foreign Affairs to explain the situation apparently obtaining at Shannon Airport under which (without the authority or approval of either House of the Oireachtas) American military aircraft are permitted to land and refuel in transit to the Gulf as part of the build up for military operations against Iraq, and under which circumstances Irish citizens have been detained by security personnel for taking photographs at the perimeter of the airport."

 

- Senators David Norris, Shane Ross, Mary Henry, Joe O’Toole.

 

[27 November 2002]

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18. "That Seanad Éireann calls on the Government to end the practice of making political appointments to semi-state bodies."

 

- Senators Shane Ross, David Norris, Mary Henry, Joe O’Toole.

[ 3 December 2002]

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19. "That Seanad Éireann endorses The European Convention – Ireland’s participation in Europe."

- Senators Mary O’Rourke, Cyprian Brady, Michael Brennan, Eddie Bohan, Peter Callanan, Margaret Cox, Brendan Daly, Timmy Dooley, Geraldine Feeney, Liam Fitzgerald, Camillus Glynn, John Hanafin, Brendan Kenneally, Michael Kitt, Tony Kett, Terry Leyden, Don Lydon, Martin Mansergh, Marc MacSharry, Paschal Mooney, Pat Moylan, Francis O'Brien, Labhrás Ó Murchú, Ann Ormonde, Kieran Phelan, Eamon Scanlon, Jim Walsh, Mary White, Diarmuid Wilson.

[17 December, 2002]

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20. "That Seanad Éireann calls on the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform to investigate licensing practices of the District Court System and of the Planning Authority whereby licence applications for disreputable pubs, gambling arcades, lap dancing clubs and off licence outlets are routinely granted on a rubber stamp basis to the detriment of society in general."

- Senators David Norris, Shane Ross, Fergal Quinn, Mary Henry.

 

[17 December 2002]

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21. "That Seanad Éireann calls on the Minister for Transport to outline the reason Irish Rail are spending hundreds of thousands of Euro per year to transport train drivers between Dublin and Longford."

 

- Senators James Bannon, Brian Hayes, Paul Bradford, Fergal Browne, Paddy Burke, Ulick Burke, Paul Coghlan, Noel Coonan, Maurice Cummins, Frank Feighan, Michael Finucane, Jim Higgins, Joe McHugh, John Phelan, Sheila Terry.

 

[19 December 2002]

 

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22. "That Seanad Éireann calls upon the Minister for Foreign Affairs to come into the House to explain the situation relating to the use of Shannon Airport by American military and flight personnel."

- Senators David Norris, Shane Ross, Joe O’Toole.

 

[29 January 2003]

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23. "That Seanad Éireann, acknowledging that responsibility for the administration and development of the game of rugby in Ireland rests with the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU), encourages the IRFU to continue to support the development of professional rugby in Connacht; and calls upon the Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism to meet with the IRFU to discuss the situation."

 

- Senators Mary O'Rourke, Eddie Bohan, Cyprian Brady, Michael Brennan, Peter Callanan, Margaret Cox, Brendan Daly, Timmy Dooley, Geraldine Feeney, Liam Fitzgerald, Camillus Glynn, John Hanafin, Brendan Kenneally, Tony Kett, Michael Kitt, Terry Leyden, Donal Lydon, Marc MacSharry, Martin Mansergh, Paschal Mooney, Pat Moylan, Francis O’Brien, Labhrás Ó Murchú, Ann Ormonde, Kieran Phelan, Eamon Scanlon, Jim Walsh, Mary White, Diarmuid Wilson.

 

[28 January 2003]

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24. "That Seanad Éireann expresses its thanks and appreciation to the Information Commissioner for bringing to the attention of the Houses of the Oireachtas vital information regarding the operation of the Freedom of Information Act, 1997 and affirms his statutory entitlement to make such report."

 

- Senators Joe O’Toole, David Norris, Mary Henry.

 

[13 March 2003]

 

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25. "That Seanad Éireann calls on the Taoiseach, Mr. Bertie Ahern, T.D., to clarify the Government’s position concerning the war on Iraq and the use of Irish airspace and refueling facilities."

 

- Senators David Norris, Shane Ross, Mary Henry, Feargal Quinn, Joe O’Toole.

 

[20 March 2003]

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26. "That Seanad Éireann condemns the Minister for Agriculture and Food for reducing the funding to Teagasc which has resulted in the closure of many offices around the country and undermines a valuable service to rural Ireland."

 

Senators Frank Feighan, Brian Hayes, James Bannon, Paul Bradford, Fergal Browne, Paddy Burke, Ulick Burke, Paul Coghlan, Noel Coonan, Maurice Cummins, Michael Finucane, Jim Higgins, Joe McHugh, John Phelan, Sheila Terry.

 

[25 March 2003]

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27. "That Seanad Éireann calls on the Israeli Government and the Palestinian administration to declare a cease fire for the duration of Holy Week and Easter, so that during this period intensive efforts can be made by all concerned to recommence negotiations in the Middle East, so as to bring about a lasting peace in this troubled land and create a permanent State for Palestine and a guaranteed future for the State of Israel."

 

- Senators Terry Leyden, Mary O’Rourke, Pat Moylan.

 

[2 April, 2003]

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13. An Seanad a chur ar athló.

Adjournment of the Seanad.


BILLÍ AR SIÚL AGUS GNÓ ATÁ ORDAITHE

BILLS IN PROGRESS AND BUSINESS ORDERED


Dé Máirt, 8 Aibreán, 2003

Tuesday, 8th April, 2003

 

Bille an Bhainc Ceannais agus Údarás Seirbhísí Airgeadais na hÉireann 2002 [Dáil] - An Tuarascáil.

Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland Bill 2002 [Dáil] – Report Stage.

 

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BILLÍ SEANAID SA DÁILBILLÍ SEANAID SA DÁIL

Seanad Bills with the Dáil

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An Bille um Airm Núicléacha a Imshrianadh 2000.

Containment of Nuclear Weapons Bill 2000.

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An Bille um Dhumpáil ar Farraige (Leasú) 2000.

Dumping at Sea (Amendment) Bill 2000.

 

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An Bille um Dhlí na Farraige (Píoráideacht a Chur faoi Chois) 2001.

Law of the Sea (Repression of Piracy) Bill 2001.

 

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An Bille um Ghníomhaireacht Forbartha don Mhol Digiteach 2002.

Digital Hub Development Agency Bill 2002.

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An Bille Iascaigh (Leasú) 2002.

Fisheries (Amendment) Bill 2002.

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An Bille Inimirce 2002.

Immigration Bill 2002.

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An Bille um Fhorbairt Tionscail (Fondúireacht Eolaíochta Éireann) 2002.

Industrial Development (Science Foundation Ireland) Bill 2002.

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Bille na Radharcmheastóirí (Leasú) 2002.

Opticians (Amendment) Bill 2002.

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An Bille Árachais Sláinte (Leasú) 2003.

Health Insurance (Amendment) Bill 2003.

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An Bille Craolacháin (Tuairisciú Teilifíse Mórócáidí) (Leasú) 2003.

Broadcasting (Major Events Television Coverage) (Amendment) Bill 2003.

 

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An Bille um Shaoráil Faisnéise (Leasú) 2003.

Freedom of Information (Amendment) Bill 2003.

 

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An Bille Rialtais Áitiúil 2003.

Local Government Bill 2003.

 

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An Bille um Chaomhnú an Chomhshaoil 2003.

Protection of the Environment Bill 2003.

 

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An Bille um Cheadanna Fostaíochta 2003.

Employment Permits Bill 2003.

 


MEMORANDA


Déardaoin, 3 Aibreán, 2003

Thursday, 3rd April, 2003

 

Cruinniú den Choiste um Nós Imeachta agus Pribhléidí i Seomra 102, Dorchla an tSeanaid, Teach Laighean, ar ar 12 meán lae.

Meeting of the Committee on Procedure and Privileges in Room 102, Seanad Corridor, Leinster House, at 12 noon.


PÁIPÉIR A LEAGADH FAOI BHRÁID AN tSEANAID

Papers laid before the Seanad


Reachtúil:

An Oifig Luachála. Ráiteas Straitéise, 2003-2005.

Neamhreachtúil:

1) 'Infheistíocht i gCáilíocht: Seirbhísí, Iniamh agus Fiontraíocht.' (Tuarascáil CNES Uimh. 111). (Márta, 2003).

2) Rialacháin na gComhphobal Eorpach (Tarracóirí Talmhaíochta nó Foraoiseachta a Chineál-Cheadú) (Leasú) 2002 (I.R. Uimh. 643 de 2002).

Statutory:

Valuation Office. Statement of Strategy, 2003-2005.

Non Statutory:

1) 'An Investment in Quality: Services, Inclusion and Enterprise.' (NESC Report No. 111). (March, 2003).

2) European Communities (Agricultural or Forestry Tractors Type Approval) (Amendment) Regulations 2002 (S.I. No. 643 of 2002).



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