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

Order Paper

Reference: 68-1115OP

Date: 14 May 2012

The Assembly to sit at noon.

Indicative Timings for Order of Business

1.    Prayers

2.    Committee Business

Motion:  Report on the Review of Judicial Appointments


That this Assembly approves the Report of the Committee for Justice on its Review of Judicial Appointments and the recommendation that there should be no changes to the current process for judicial appointments and removals in Northern Ireland at this time; and endorses the intention of the Committee to undertake a further review of the judicial appointments and removals processes.

Chairperson, Committee for Justice

Motion: Extension of Committee Stage: Superannuation Bill (NIA 6/11-15)


That, in accordance with Standing Order 33 (4), the period referred to in Standing Order 33 (2) be extended to 28 September 2012, in relation to the Committee Stage of the Superannuation Bill (NIA Bill 6/11-15).

Chairperson, Committee for Finance and Personnel

3.    Question Time

       3.1   Office of the First Minister and deputy First Minister

       3.2  Education

4.    Private Members’ Business

Motion: Agri-Crime


That this Assembly notes with concern the impact of agri-crime on our farming community; calls on the Minister of Justice to ensure that the perpetrators of such crimes receive the maximum possible sentences; and further calls on the Minister to ensure that clear advice is provided by the Department on the extent to which land owners are permitted to defend their property, and that this is reflected in the forthcoming Justice Bill.

Mr D McIlveen
Lord Morrow

5.    Adjournment

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