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Order Paper

Reference: OP 75/11-15

Date: 12 June 2012

The Assembly to sit at 10.30am.

Marshalled List of Amendments

Indicative Timings for Order of Business

1.    Prayers

2.    Executive Committee Business

Motion: Draft Local Government (Boundaries) Order (Northern Ireland) 2012


That the draft Local Government (Boundaries) Order (Northern Ireland) 2012 be approved.

Minister of the Environment

3.    Committee Business

Motion: Amend Standing Order 49A


Leave out Standing Order 49A and insert –

‘49A. Membership of the Committee for Justice

A person cannot be a member of the statutory committee established to advise and assist the Minister of Justice if that person is a member of –

(a)        the Northern Ireland Policing Board;

(b)        a policing and community safety partnership; or

(c)        a district policing and community safety partnership;

and those words have the same meaning as in the Justice Act (Northern Ireland) 2011.’

Chairperson, Committee on Procedures

4.    Question Time

4.1   Employment and Learning

4.2   Enterprise, Trade and Investment

5.    Private Members’ Business

Motion: Mixed Housing


That this Assembly expresses serious concern at the current segregated housing proposals in the Girdwood Conceptual Master Plan, as announced on 21 May 2012; and calls on the Minister for Social Development to conduct a landmark review of segregation in housing to inform a strategy to promote and facilitate equality and sharing in housing in order to eliminate both discrimination and segregation, and to direct the Northern Ireland Housing Executive to promote and protect all housing as mixed.

Mrs J Cochrane
Ms A Lo
Mr C Lyttle

Motion: The Arms Trade Treaty


That this Assembly recognises the strong contribution made by the UK Government as one of the driving forces behind the Arms Trade Treaty; calls on the Prime Minister to publicly affirm his Government's commitment to the establishment of a robust human rights compliant Arms Trade Treaty in 2012; and further calls on the UK Government to insist, during the July 2012 formal negotiations, that the sale of arms shall not be authorised where there is a substantial risk that it will lead to serious violations of human rights or international humanitarian law.

Mr C McDevitt
Mr S Agnew
Ms J McCann
Mr J Wells
Mr J McCallister
Mr C Lyttle

6.    Adjournment

  • The proposed closure of Her Majesty’s Prison, Magilligan

Mr G Robinson

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