Stewart Dickson MLA said: “Given that we are now over two years into the Assembly term, I am disappointed at the lack of meaningful Assembly business.
“The Assembly should be debating a wide range of legislation to help deliver better public services. In contrast, we will discuss a number of motions that seek to relive the negative events of the summer instead of looking ahead to building a better future for everyone.
“There are several pieces of legislation that are currently being held up in the Executive and are worthy of discussion, such as Local Government Reform, a Sexual Orientation Strategy and the Education Skills Authority.
“The Assembly needs to step up to the mark and start to deliver better results for the people of Northern Ireland.”