Alan Farrell, TD

Dublin Fingal

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32nd Amendment of the Constitution (Abolition of Seanad Eireann) 2013

I thank the Minister of State, Deputy Brian Hayes, for his presence. The proposed 32nd amendment to the Constitution provides the opportunity for the people to have their say on this debate. Given the current Government's commitment to have this discussion and this referendum in 2009, followed by its inclusion in the election manifesto of a number of parties, I see no difficulty in putting this question to the people to ascertain what the response will be.

32nd Amendment of the Constitution (Abolition of Seanad Eireann) 2013

I thank the Minister of State, Deputy Brian Hayes, for his presence. The proposed 32nd amendment to the Constitution provides the opportunity for the people to have their say on this debate. Given the current Government's commitment to have this discussion and this referendum in 2009, followed by its inclusion in the election manifesto of a number of parties, I see no difficulty in putting this question to the people to ascertain what the response will be.

32nd Amendment of the Constitution (Abolition of Seanad Eireann) 2013

I thank the Minister of State, Deputy Brian Hayes, for his presence. The proposed 32nd amendment to the Constitution provides the opportunity for the people to have their say on this debate. Given the current Government's commitment to have this discussion and this referendum in 2009, followed by its inclusion in the election manifesto of a number of parties, I see no difficulty in putting this question to the people to ascertain what the response will be.

Dáil Question on qualification exemptions for childcare workers

To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs if there will be a recognition in her plans for reform of childcare and pre school care facilities for staff members who may have been working in childcare for an appropriate number of years to receive an exemption from the FETAC level five qualification; and if she will make a statement on the matter.

Dáil Question on qualification exemptions for childcare workers

To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs if there will be a recognition in her plans for reform of childcare and pre school care facilities for staff members who may have been working in childcare for an appropriate number of years to receive an exemption from the FETAC level five qualification; and if she will make a statement on the matter.

Dáil Question on qualification exemptions for childcare workers

To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs if there will be a recognition in her plans for reform of childcare and pre school care facilities for staff members who may have been working in childcare for an appropriate number of years to receive an exemption from the FETAC level five qualification; and if she will make a statement on the matter.

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