MONDAY 28 JUNE 2010
The Assembly to sit at noon
2. Speaker’s Business
Public Petition - The Out-of-hours GP Service in Limavady
Mr G Robinson
Public Petition - Removal of Funding for Summer Schemes for Children with Learning Disabilities
Mr T Gallagher
3. Executive Committee Business
Motion - Suspension of Standing Orders
That Standing Orders 10(2) to 10(4) be suspended for 28 June 2010.
Minister of Enterprise, Trade and Investment
Final Stage - Roads (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill (NIA 6/09)
Minister for Regional Development
Motion - Programme for Government - Delivery Reports
That this Assembly notes the Programme for Government Delivery Reports up to 31 March 2009 and 30 September 2009.
First Minister and deputy First Minister
4. Question Time
4.2 Agriculture and Rural Development
5. Committee Business
Motion - Appointment to the Assembly Commission
That, in accordance with Standing Order 79(4), Mr Peter Weir be appointed to fill a vacancy on the Assembly Commission.
Mr P Weir
Motion - Statutory Committee Membership
That Mr Jonathan Bell replace Mr Trevor Clarke as a member of the Committee for Employment and Learning; that Mr Paul Frew replace Mr Stephen Moutray as a member of the Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment; and that Mr Paul Givan be appointed as a member of the Justice Committee.
Mr P Weir
6. Private Members’ Business
First Stage - Armed Forces and Veterans Bill (NIA 33/09)
A Bill to provide for the benefit of personnel and veterans of the naval, military or air forces of the Crown and their families.
Mr D McNarry
Motion - Regional Autistic Spectrum Disorders Network Group
That this Assembly calls on the Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety to instigate a review into the performance of the Regional Autistic Spectrum Disorders Network Group, including consideration of its appointment processes, independence, accountability, transparency, operating structures and competency.
Mr T Buchanan
Mr A Easton
Mr J Craig
Mr I McCrea
Motion - Poor Attendance at School
That this Assembly notes with concern the high number of children whose attendance rate at school is less than 85% and that, in some areas, up to four-tenths of children have an attendance rate below 85%; further notes that absence from school will reduce the likelihood of children reaching their full educational potential, will limit their future job opportunities and could contribute to cycles of deprivation; and calls on the Minister of Education to detail the specific action she has taken, or plans to take, to address this pressing issue.
Mr R Beggs
Mr B McCrea
Mr J McCallister