MONDAY 18 MAY 2009
The Assembly to sit at noon
2. COMMITTEE BUSINESS
- Motion - Ad Hoc Committee: Draft Private Security Industry Act 2001 (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 2009
- Proposed: That, as provided for in Standing Order 53(1), this Assembly appoints an ad hoc committee to consider the proposal for a Draft Private Security Industry Act 2001 (Amendment) (Northern Ireland) Order 2009, referred by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, and to submit a report to the Assembly by 30 June 2009.
Composition: DUP 4
Sinn Féin 3
Other parties 1
Quorum: The quorum shall be five members.
Procedure: The procedures of the Committee shall be such as the Committee shall determine.
[Mr F Cobain]
[Mr T Burns]
3. QUESTION TIME
3.1 Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister
3.2 Agriculture and Rural Development
3.3 Culture, Arts and Leisure
4. PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BUSINESS
- Motion - Health Provision for Older People
- Proposed: That this Assembly calls on the Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety to reconfigure and enhance services for older people to ensure that these services are integrated, person-centred and well-staffed; that the dignity of the individual is promoted; that information is communicated effectively to patients and relatives by health professionals; that inpatients receive a nutritional diet; and that personal care is provided free of charge to all those with medical need.
[Mrs I Robinson]
[Mr T Buchanan]
[Mr A Easton]
- Motion - Restructuring of the Executive and Assembly
- Proposed: That this Assembly supports, in principle, the restructuring of the Northern Ireland Executive and the Assembly in order to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of government; and calls on the First Minister and deputy First Minister to update the Assembly on the proposals for the creation of an Efficiency Review Panel, as announced on 9 April 2009, and to agree to implement a review and produce a report on the issue of the number of MLAs and government Departments in the next Assembly, within the next six months.
[Mr D McNarry]