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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1996 Week 1 Hansard (22 February) . . Page.. 182..

Ms Follett: Mr Speaker - - -

MR SPEAKER: Neither have you, if I may say so, Ms Follett.

Ms Follett: And, if I may say so, Mr Speaker, the clear - - -

Mr De Domenico: Which point of order are you talking to?

Ms Follett: A point of order which I am now raising.

Mr De Domenico: Which one?

Ms Follett: I am raising one. Mr Kaine's question contained a clear - - -

Mr De Domenico: Which one in the standing orders?

Ms Follett: Standing order 113.

Mr De Domenico: Could you rule on that point of order, Mr Speaker?

Ms Follett: I have not made my point of order yet. Just hold your horses.

Mr De Domenico: Just sit down and let the Chief Minister answer the question.

Ms Follett: Just hold your horses. I will sit down when I have made my point of order, thank you.

Mr De Domenico: What point of order?

Ms Follett: My point of order, Mr Speaker, which I know you are dying to hear, is that Mr Kaine's question contained a clear imputation that I had misled the house in a statement which I made. I made no such misrepresentation and I want that imputation withdrawn.

MR SPEAKER: You are not making a point of order under standing order 113.

Ms Follett: Whatever it is.

MR SPEAKER: Standing order 113 states:

Questions may be asked orally without notice or placed on the Notice Paper for written reply.

Mr De Domenico: That is what she is doing.

Ms McRae: Mr Speaker, under standing order 55 the Leader of the Opposition can raise that point of order at any time at all.

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