No Day Named List


Motion TypeMotionTabled DateTablers
Executive Motion The Motor Vehicles (Wearing of Seat Belts) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016

That the Motor Vehicles (Wearing of Seat Belts) (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016 be affirmed.
09/12/2016Minister for Infrastructure
Executive Motion The Draft Justice Act (Northern Ireland) 2015 (Single Jurisdiction) (Consequential Amendments) Order (Northern Ireland) 2017

That the draft Justice Act (Northern Ireland) 2015 (Single Jurisdiction) (Consequential Amendments) Order (Northern Ireland) 2017 be approved.
19/12/2016Minister of Justice
Private Members' Motion Voting Rights

That this Assembly notes the extension of voting rights to people aged sixteen and seventeen years for the referendum on Scottish independence; welcomes the positive impact this had on participatory democracy in Scotland; and calls for the voting age for all future elections and referendums on these islands to be lowered to sixteen.
17/05/2016Mr C Hazzard; Mr D McKay
Private Members' Motion Investigation of the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme

That this Assembly recognises the mounting public concern, relating to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme and the serious allegations of incompetence, corruption and abuse; calls on the First Minister to stand aside in order to facilitate an independent, time-framed, robust and transparent investigation and until a preliminary report is presented; believes this investigation should be undertaken by an independent judicial figure from outside this jurisdiction and be appointed by the Attorney General; further believes this investigation must establish how the RHI was developed in strategic policy and legislative terms, including its primary purpose and objectives, and thereafter where overall accountability and compliance for the RHI scheme rested in both policy and financial accountability terms and whether these were achieved in the view of the Independent Investigator; further calls on the investigation to ascertain the motives and actions of Ministers, Special Advisers, Civil Servants, and any others involved in either the strategic policy and operational delivery making processes of the RHI scheme, including whether this was done ethically, within the law, in compliance with the standards established in the Ministerial Code of Conduct and principles of public life, and the conditions of employment for special advisers; establishes as accurately and reliably as possible whether any individual, including Ministers, Civil Servants, Special Advisers and others, acted knowingly where a conflict of interest existed, or intentionally and dishonestly to gain from the administration of the RHI scheme, or to aid others in doing so; examines and reports on the manner in which the disclosure of whistleblowers or any individuals that alleged possible wrongdoing about the RHI scheme were tested and responded to by the relevant authorities; calls for an investigation into all applications, including those that benefited successfully from the RHI scheme, and determine in each case whether the Department for the Economy has a legal basis to pursue and recover any payment made; believes partial payments yet to be made should be withheld; and further establishes cases for referral to the law enforcement agencies to consider prosecution where there is adequate corroborative evidence; asks for completion of the report of the investigation to be published and not require agreement of the First Minister and deputy First Minister or the Attorney General and further asks for the preliminary report to be published within 4 weeks of its establishment and the full report and its outcomes to be made public within 3 months of that date.
19/12/2016Mr C Murphy; Mrs M O'Neill; Mr J O'Dowd; Mr A Maskey

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