In light of the public health situation, Parliament Buildings is closed to the public.

No public tours, events or visitor activities will take place, until further notice. 

Assembly business continues, check the business diary for information on Plenary and Committee meetings.

Indicative Timings for the Order of Business

Monday 18 January 2021

These timings are PURELY INDICATIVE.

If an item of business concludes early, the next may be taken immediately.

ITEM OF BUSINESS(MONDAY)MEMBERTIME ALLOCATED BY BUSINESS COMMITTEEANTICIPATED TIME

Prayers

The Speaker

 

12.00 – 12.02

MATTER OF THE DAY

Belfast Multicultural Association Building Destroyed

Mr Gerry Carroll

 

Up to 30 mins

12.02 – 12.30

PUBLIC PETITION

Remove Fines for Protesters Following Social Distancing

Mr Gerry Carroll

 

Up to 3 mins

12.30 – 12.33

ASSEMBLY BUSINESS

Motion: Committee Membership

Mr John O’Dowd

Ms Sinéad Ennis

 

 

12.33 – 12.35

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT

NSMC Plenary and Institutional Meetings

The Executive Office

Up to 1 hour

12.35 – 1.35

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BUSINESS

First Stage: The Protection from Stalking Bill

Minister of Justice

*

1.35 – 1.40

Final Stage: Domestic Abuse and Civil Proceedings Bill (NIA Bill 03/17-22)

Minister of Justice

*

1.40 – 2.00

QUESTION TIME

1. Justice

2. Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs

 

 

 

2.00 – 3.30

URGENT ORAL QUESTION

Supply Chain between Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Mr John Stewart

Up to 30 mins

3.30 – 4.00

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BUSINESS (cont’d)

Final Stage: Domestic Abuse and Civil Proceedings Bill (NIA Bill 03/17-22) (cont’d)

Minister of Justice

*

4.00 – 5.40

MINISTERIAL STATEMENT

Public Expenditure: Draft Budget 2021-22

Minister of Finance

*

5.40 - 6.40

ADJOURNMENT

 

The Speaker

 

6.40

 

* These items have NO time limit applied.

 

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