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TUESDAY 9 OCTOBER 2001
The Assembly to sit at 10.30 am
2. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BUSINESS
[Minister for Social Development]
3. COMMITTEE BUSINESS
- Motion - Amend Standing Orders
Proposed: In Standing Order 52, delete all and insert:
"52. SUB COMMITTEES
(1) Each Committee ("the parent Committee"), in the discharge of its functions, may establish sub-Committees.
(2) Unless with the approval of the Business Committee and the Assembly, a parent Committee shall establish no more than one sub-Committee to operate at any one time.
(3) A sub-Committee shall be appointed to consider specific, time-bounded matters within the terms of reference set by the parent Committee and shall:
(a) report only to that Committee; and
(4) A sub-Committee shall not take any decision on behalf of the parent Committee.
(5) A parent Committee may appoint a member to be the Convenor of a sub-Committee.
(6) Each sub-Committee shall, in as far as is practicable, reflect the party strengths in the Assembly.
(7) The quorum of a sub-Committee shall be determined by the parent Committee.
(8) The proceedings of a sub-Committee shall be such as the parent Committee shall determine."
[Chairperson, Committee on Procedures]
- Motion - Report from Committee for Agriculture and Rural Development
Proposed: That this Assembly takes note of the Report from the Committee for Agriculture and Rural Development on its Inquiry into the Livestock and Meat Commission (1/01R).
[Chairperson, Committee for Agriculture and Rural Development]
4. PRIVATE MEMBERS' BUSINESS
- Motion - Threshold Assessment (NI)
Proposed: That this Assembly believes that the 'Threshold Assessment (Northern Ireland)' does not provide equality for all members of the teaching profession.
[Mr B Hutchinson]
- Motion - Safeguarding Industries in Northern Ireland
Proposed: That this Assembly, realising the full extent of international terrorism, resolves that the Executive should re-double its efforts to safeguard existing industries in Northern Ireland and give maximum support to agencies responsible for the generation of new national and international investment.
[Mr D McClarty]
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