Dáil Éireann schedule

Today, 22 Sep

Dáil Éireann resumes on
Wednesday 20 Sept 2017
at 2.00 pm

Dáil Éireann resumes on
Wednesday 20 Sept 2017
at 2.00 pm

  • 14.00

    Leaders’ Questions

  • 14.32

    Order of Business 1:Motion re. Special Meeting of Joint Committees for engagement with Mr. Guy Verhofstadt MEP European Parliament Brexit Coordinator

  • 14.32

    Order of Business 2:Motion re: Broadcasting Act 2009 (Designation of Major Events) Order 2017 (Referral to Committee)

  • 15.02

    Taoiseach’s Questions

  • 15.47

    P.Q.s: Oral - Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection

  • 17.17

    Topical Issues

  • 18.05

    Government Business:Social Welfare, Pensions and Civil Registration Bill 2017 - Second Stage (resumed)

  • 20.00

    Private Members Business (Sol-PBP): Thirty-fifth Amendment of the Constitution (Right to Housing) Bill 2017 - Second Stage

  • 22.00

    Dáil Adjourns

  • 14.00

    Leaders’ Questions (FF, SF, LAB, Sol-PBP)

  • 14.32

    1: Questions on Promised Legislation

  • 14.32

    2: Government Business: Motion re. Europol Regulation (Referral to Committee)

  • 14.32

    2: Government Business: Motion re. Europol Regulation (Referral to Committee)

  • 14.47

    1: Weekly Divisions

  • 14.47

    2: Government Business:Social Welfare, Pensions and Civil Registration Bill 2017 - Second Stage (resumed) :

  • 15.30

    P.Q.s: Oral - Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade

  • 17.00

    Topical Issues

  • 17.48

    Committee Report/PMB: Wind Turbine Regulation Bill 2016 - Second Stage

  • 19.48

    Dáil Adjourns

  • 14.00

    Leaders’ Questions (FF, SF, I4C, SD-GP)

  • 14.32

    Order of Business 1: Motion re. Change to Committees’ Orders of Reference and Appointment of a new Committee (without debate)

  • 14.32

    Order of Business 2: Motion re. Sectoral Employment Order (Construction Sector) 2017 (Referral to Committee) (without debate)

  • 14.32

    Order of Business 3: Taxation Agreements between Kazakhstan and Macao (Referral to Committee) (without debate)

  • 15.02

    Taoiseach’s Questions

  • 15.47

    Parliamentary Questions: Oral - Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform

  • 17.17

    Topical Issues

  • 18.05

    Government Business 1: Mediation Bill 2017 - (Amendments from the Seanad)

  • 18.05

    Government Business 2: Statements re. BREXIT

  • 20.00

    Private Members Business (Fianna Fáil): Motion re. Flooding

  • 22.00

      Dáil Adjourns

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Official Report latest update:

Thursday, 21 September 2017: 5 topics were published, which include 112 speakers and 1 divisions of the House.

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Thursday, 20 July 2017: 12 topics were published, which include 34 speakers and 0 divisions of the House.

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Meeting of the Committee of Public Accounts on Thursday, 21 September 2017.

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Thursday, 13th July: 14 Parliamentary Questions answered.

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