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06/05/2016

Nomination of Taoiseach

Question put: “That Dáil Éireann nominate Deputy Enda Kenny for appointment by the President to be Taoiseach.”

The Dáil divided: Tá, 59; Níl, 49.

Stephen Donnelly Voted —– Níl

Tellers: Tá, Deputies Joe Carey and Paul Kehoe; Níl, Deputies Mick Barry and Aengus Ó Snodaigh.

Question declared carried

Níl

Bailey, Maria. Adams, Gerry.
Barrett, Seán. Barry, Mick.
Breen, Pat. Boyd Barrett, Richard.
Brophy, Colm. Brady, John.
Bruton, Richard. Broughan, Thomas P.
Burke, Peter. Buckley, Pat.
Byrne, Catherine. Burton, Joan.
Canney, Seán. Collins, Joan.
Cannon, Ciarán. Collins, Michael.
Carey, Joe. Connolly, Catherine.
Corcoran Kennedy, Marcella. Coppinger, Ruth.
Coveney, Simon. Crowe, Seán.
Creed, Michael. Cullinane, David.
Daly, Jim. Daly, Clare.
D’Arcy, Michael. Doherty, Pearse.
Deasy, John. Donnelly, Stephen S.
Deering, Pat. Ellis, Dessie.
Doherty, Regina. Ferris, Martin.
Donohoe, Paschal. Funchion, Kathleen.
Doyle, Andrew. Healy, Seamus.
Durkan, Bernard J. Healy-Rae, Danny.
English, Damien. Howlin, Brendan.
Farrell, Alan. Kelly, Alan.
Fitzgerald, Frances. Kenny, Gino.
Fitzpatrick, Peter. Kenny, Martin.
Flanagan, Charles. McDonald, Mary Lou.
Griffin, Brendan. McGrath, Mattie.
Halligan, John. Mitchell, Denise.
Harris, Simon. Munster, Imelda.
Harty, Michael. Murphy, Catherine.
Heydon, Martin. Murphy, Paul.
Humphreys, Heather. Nolan, Carol.
Kehoe, Paul. Ó Broin, Eoin.
Kenny, Enda. Ó Caoláin, Caoimhghín.
Kyne, Seán. Ó Laoghaire, Donnchadh.
Lowry, Michael. Ó Snodaigh, Aengus.
McEntee, Helen. O’Brien, Jonathan.
McGrath, Finian. O’Reilly, Louise.
McHugh, Joe. O’Sullivan, Jan.
McLoughlin, Tony. Penrose, Willie.
Madigan, Josepha. Pringle, Thomas.
Mitchell O’Connor, Mary. Quinlivan, Maurice.
Moran, Kevin Boxer. Ryan, Brendan.
Murphy, Dara. Sherlock, Sean.
Murphy, Eoghan. Shortall, Róisín.
Naughten, Denis. Smith, Bríd.
Naughton, Hildegarde. Stanley, Brian.
Neville, Tom. Tóibín, Peadar.
Noonan, Michael. Wallace, Mick.
O’Connell, Kate.
O’Donovan, Patrick.
O’Dowd, Fergus.
Phelan, John Paul.
Ring, Michael.
Rock, Noel.
Ross, Shane.
Stanton, David.
Varadkar, Leo.
Zappone, Katherine.

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27/04/2016

Order of Business Vote

Question put: “That the proposal for dealing with No. 4b, statements on Irish Water, be agreed to.”

The Dáil divided: Tá, 94; Níl, 44.

Stephen Donnelly Voted Níl

The vote was caused because members didn’t want to just debate Water Charges and Irish Water. They wanted to vote on the motion to abolish Water Charges also. This was clearly blocked by both Fianna Fail and Fine Gael.

Níl

Bobby Aylward Gerry Adams
Maria Bailey Mick Barry
Seán Barrett Richard Boyd Barrett
John Brassil John Brady
Declan Breathnach Tommy Broughan
Pat Breen Pat Buckley
Colm Brophy Joan Collins
James Browne Michael Collins
Richard Bruton Catherine Connolly
Peter Burke Ruth Coppinger
Mary Butler Seán Crowe
Catherine Byrne David Cullinane
Thomas Byrne Clare Daly
Jackie Cahill Pearse Doherty
Dara Calleary Stephen Donnelly
Seán Canney Dessie Ellis
Ciarán Cannon Kathleen Funchion
Joe Carey Noel Grealish
Pat Casey John Halligan
Shane Cassells Séamus Healy
Jack Chambers Danny Healy-Rae
Lisa Chambers Michael Healy-Rae
Niall Collins Martin Kenny
Simon Coveney Mary Lou McDonald
Barry Cowen Finian McGrath
Michael Creed Mattie McGrath
John Curran Denise Mitchell
Jim Daly Imelda Munster
Michael D’Arcy Catherine Murphy
John Deasy Paul Murphy
Pat Deering Carol Nolan
Regina Doherty Eoin Ó Broin
Timmy Dooley Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin
Andrew Doyle Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire
Bernard Durkan Aengus Ó Snodaigh
Alan Farrell Jonathan O’Brien
Frances Fitzgerald Louise O’Reilly
Michael Fitzmaurice Thomas Pringle
Peter Fitzpatrick Maurice Quinlivan
Charles Flanagan Shane Ross
Seán Fleming Róisín Shortall
Pat Gallagher Bríd Smith
Brendan Griffin Peadar Tóibín
Simon Harris Mick Wallace
Michael Harty
Seán Haughey
Martin Heydon
Brendan Howlin
Heather Humphreys
Paul Kehoe
Enda Kenny
Seán Kyne
John Lahart
James Lawless
Marc MacSharry
Charlie McConalogue
Helen McEntee
Michael McGrath
John McGuinness
Joe McHugh
Tony McLoughlin
Catherine Martin
Micheál Martin
Mary Mitchell O’Connor
Kevin Moran
Aindrias Moynihan
Michael Moynihan
Margaret Murphy O’Mahony
Dara Murphy
Eoghan Murphy
Denis Naughten
Hildegarde Naughton
Tom Neville
Michael Noonan
Darragh O’Brien
Jim O’Callaghan
Kate O’Connell
Willie O’Dea
Patrick O’Donovan
Fergus O’Dowd
Fiona O’Loughlin
Frank O’Rourke
Jan O’Sullivan
Willie Penrose
Anne Rabbitte
Michael Ring
Noel Rock
Brendan Ryan
Eamon Ryan
Eamon Scanlon
Brendan Smith
Niamh Smyth
David Stanton
Katherine Zappone

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Dáil debates
Thursday, 10 March 2016

Enda Kenny (Taoiseach, Department of An Taoiseach; Mayo, Fine Gael)

I move:
“That, notwithstanding anything in Standing Orders, the Dáil on its rising today shall adjourn until Tuesday, 22nd March, 2016 at 2.30 p.m., there shall be no Order of Business within the meaning of Standing Order 28, and accordingly the only business to be transacted on that day shall be as follows:

— Statements on European Council Meeting, the proceedings on which shall, if not previously concluded, be brought to a conclusion after 1 hour 45 minutes and the following arrangements shall apply:— the statement of the Taoiseach and of the main spokespersons for Fianna Fáil, Sinn Féin, Labour, AAA-PBP, Independent4change, Social Democrats and the Green Party or a member nominated in their stead, shall not exceed 10 minutes in each case, and such members may share their time;

— a Minister or Minister of State shall take questions for a period not exceeding 20 minutes; and

— a Minister or Minister of State shall be called upon to make a statement in reply which shall not exceed 5 minutes;— Statements on the Council of Agriculture Ministers Meeting, the proceedings on which shall, if not previously concluded, be brought to a conclusion after 2 hours and the following arrangements shall apply:— the statement of a Minister or Minister of State and of the main spokespersons for Fianna Fáil, Sinn Féin, Labour, AAA-PBP, Independent4change, Social Democrats and the Green Party or a member nominated in their stead, shall not exceed 10 minutes in each case, and such members may share their time;

— the statement of each other member called upon shall not exceed 5 minutes in each case; and

— a Minister or Minister of State shall be called upon to make a statement in reply which shall not exceed 5 minutes;— Statements on Housing and Homelessness, the proceedings on which shall, if not previously concluded, be brought to a conclusion after 2 hours and the following arrangements shall apply:— the statement of a Minister or Minister of State and of the main spokespersons for Fianna Fáil, Sinn Féin, AAA-PBP, Independent4change, Social Democrats and the Green Party or a member nominated in their stead, shall not exceed 5 minutes in each case, and such members may share their time;

— the statement of each other member called upon shall not exceed 5 minutes in each case; and

— a Minister or Minister of State shall be called upon to make a statement in reply which shall not exceed 5 minutes; and on the conclusion of the statements, the Dáil shall adjourn until Wednesday, 6th April, 2016 at 2.30 p.m., there shall be no Order of Business on that day within the meaning of Standing Order 28, and accordingly the only business to be transacted on that day shall be as follows:

— Statements on Dáil Reform, the arrangements of which will be ordered on that day; and

until further notice, all divisions demanded in the House shall be taken manually.”

Question put: “That the motion, as amended, be agreed to.”
The Dáil divided: Tá, 100; Níl, 34.

Tellers: Tá, Deputies Paul Kehoe and Michael Moynihan; Níl, Deputies Jonathan O’Brien and Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin.

Stephen Donnelly voted NO

Bobby Aylward
Maria Bailey
Seán Barrett
John Brassil
Declan Breathnach
Pat Breen
Colm Brophy
James Browne
Richard Bruton
Peter Burke
Joan Burton
Mary Butler
Catherine Byrne
Thomas Byrne
Jackie Cahill
Dara Calleary
Seán Canney
Ciarán Cannon
Joe Carey
Pat Casey
Shane Cassells
Jack Chambers
Lisa Chambers
Niall Collins
Marcella Corcoran Kennedy
Simon Coveney
Barry Cowen
Michael Creed
John Curran
Jim Daly
Michael D’Arcy
John Deasy
Pat Deering
Regina Doherty
Paschal Donohoe
Timmy Dooley
Bernard Durkan
Damien English
Alan Farrell
Frances Fitzgerald
Michael Fitzmaurice
Peter Fitzpatrick
Charles Flanagan
Seán Fleming
Brendan Griffin
Simon Harris
Michael Harty
Seán Haughey
Martin Heydon
Brendan Howlin
Heather Humphreys
Paul Kehoe
Billy Kelleher
Alan Kelly
Enda Kenny
Seán Kyne
John Lahart
James Lawless
Marc MacSharry
Josepha Madigan
Micheál Martin
Charlie McConalogue
Helen McEntee
Mattie McGrath
Michael McGrath
John McGuinness
Joe McHugh
Tony McLoughlin
Mary Mitchell O’Connor
Michael Moynihan
Margaret Murphy O’Mahony
Dara Murphy
Eoghan Murphy
Eugene Murphy
Denis Naughten
Hildegarde Naughton
Tom Neville
Michael Noonan
Éamon Ó Cuív
Darragh O’Brien
Jim O’Callaghan
Kate O’Connell
Willie O’Dea
Patrick O’Donovan
Fergus O’Dowd
Kevin O’Keeffe
Fiona O’Loughlin
Frank O’Rourke
Jan O’Sullivan
Maureen O’Sullivan
John Paul Phelan
Anne Rabbitte
Michael Ring
Noel Rock
Eamon Ryan
Eamon Scanlon
Brendan Smith
David Stanton
Robert Troy
Leo Varadkar

Níl

Gerry Adams
Mick Barry
John Brady
Tommy Broughan
Pat Buckley
Joan Collins
Michael Collins
Ruth Coppinger
Seán Crowe
David Cullinane
Pearse Doherty
Stephen Donnelly
Dessie Ellis
Martin Ferris
Kathleen Funchion
Séamus Healy
Martin Kenny
Mary Lou McDonald
Finian McGrath
Denise Mitchell
Imelda Munster
Catherine Murphy
Paul Murphy
Carol Nolan
Eoin Ó Broin
Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin
Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire
Jonathan O’Brien
Louise O’Reilly
Maurice Quinlivan
Róisín Shortall
Brian Stanley
Peadar Tóibín
Katherine Zappone

Question declared carried.