Marshalled List of Amendments - 7 November 2016

27 October 2016

Private Members’ Business

Item 3: Order Paper 26/16-21 – Monday 7 November 2016

Motion: Review of On-Street Parking

That this Assembly believes that the mandatory £90 car parking fine should be reduced significantly; further believes that greater flexibility needs to be introduced to encourage trade across Northern Ireland by allowing for the first 30 minutes of parking to be free of charge across our towns and cities, and for on-street parking time limits to be extended in rural towns and villages; and calls upon the Minister for Infrastructure to review urgently the contract for on-street parking.

[Mr E Poots]
[Mr W Humphrey]
[Mr G Robinson MBE]
[Mr A Easton] 

The Speaker has selected the following Amendment for debate:

Amendment 1

Leave out all after ‘Assembly’ and insert: 

‘recognises the vital importance of adequate and affordable on-street parking for the growth and development of our town centres; notes the need for the Minister for Infrastructure to review the provisions for on-street parking; calls on the Minister for Infrastructure to carry out an investigation into the reduction of mandatory car parking fines; and further calls on the Minister for Infrastructure to look at options to review on-street car parking fees and times.’

[Mr D McAleer]
[Mr F McCann]
[Mr S Lynch]

Motion: Addressing the Past

That this Assembly believes in a victim-centred approach to addressing the past and that victims and survivors should have a meaningful input to the content and design of legacy proposals; further believes that justice, truth and accountability, acknowledgement and support for victims and survivors are essential elements in a comprehensive approach to the past; notes the comments by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland on a public phase on legacy proposals; and calls on the British and Irish Governments for an urgent, renewed effort to conclude legacy issues including the further development of the proposed roles and powers of the Oral History Archive, Historical Investigations Unit, Independent Commission on Information Retrieval and the Implementation and Reconciliation Group and rejects any attempts by state, state agencies, illegal groups and others to evade justice, suppress the truth of and resist accountability for the past.

[Mr C Eastwood]
[Mr A Attwood]
[Mr D McCrossan]
[Ms N Mallon] 

The Speaker has selected the following Amendments for debate:

Amendment 1

Leave out all after the first ‘proposals;’ and insert:

‘further believes that all parties should work towards an early resolution of these matters; and welcomes the Government’s proposals to consult on a way forward.’

[Mr P Frew]
[Mrs P Cameron]
[Mr S Douglas]

Amendment 2

Insert after ‘issues’:

‘prior to any public consultation’

[Mr G Kelly]
[Ms J McCann]
[Mr R McCartney]

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