MONDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 2009
The Assembly to sit at noon
2. BUSINESS MOTION
- Motion - Suspension of Standing Orders
- Proposed: That Standing Orders 10(2) to 10(4) be suspended for 28 September 2009.
[Mr P Ramsey]
3. QUESTION TIME
3.2 Employment and Learning
4. COMMITTEE BUSINESS
- Motion - Extension of Committee Stage: Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (NIA Bill 10/08)
- Proposed: That, in accordance with Standing Order 33(4), the period referred to in Standing Order 33(2) be extended to 26 October 2009, in relation to the Committee Stage of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (NIA Bill 10/08).
[Chairperson, Committee for the Environment]
5. PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BUSINESS
- Motion - National Asset Management Agency
- Proposed: That this Assembly expresses deep concern at the possible negative economic consequences for the island of Ireland if the National Asset Management Agency legislation currently under consideration by Dáil Éireann is passed; and calls on the First Minister and deputy First Minister to raise the issue at the North South Ministerial Council to agree a way forward regarding these assets which will ensure the economic stability of the island of Ireland and movement towards economic growth.
[Mr M McLaughlin]
[Ms J McCann]
[Mr P Butler]
- Motion - Civil Service Equal Pay Claim
- Proposed: That this Assembly notes with concern that the Civil Service Equal Pay claim remains unresolved despite the Assembly resolution of 1 June 2009 calling on the Minister of Finance and Personnel to ensure that the staff affected receive their back pay within three months; welcomes the assurance by the Minister that the financial implications of a resolution to this matter will have to be faced in a manner compatible with the Department's legal obligations; and calls on the Minister to state an early date by which a comprehensive settlement offer will be made to the Trade Union representing the staff concerned.
[Mr D O’Loan]
[Mrs D Kelly]
[Mr P Ramsey]
- Motion - McClean Conacre Case
- Proposed: That this Assembly notes with extreme concern the possible extension of the focus on the ‘McClean Conacre Case’ by HM Revenue and Customs and is deeply worried at the severe disruption which this could have on our family farming tradition in Northern Ireland.
[Mr I Paisley Jnr]
[Dr W McCrea]