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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1997 Week 9 Hansard (3 September) . . Page.. 2842..

Mr Humphries: Mr Speaker, I rise on a point of order. Speaking over the Speaker or another member of the chamber while taking a point of order is not very polite, but that is probably as much as can be said about it.

MR SPEAKER: He has also exceeded - - -

Mr Humphries: Again, he is breaching standing orders by using standing order 46 to make an attack on another member. It is strictly outside standing orders.

MR BERRY: No; I was just explaining myself. My position stands up well against those other members'.

Mr Humphries: It is an attack on Mrs Carnell.

MR BERRY: No, it is not; it is just that I compare better.

MR SPEAKER: You went too far, Mr Berry.

MR BERRY: It is a pretty tight interpretation.

MR SPEAKER: Yes, it is a very tight interpretation, and it will remain so.


MR SPEAKER: I present, for the information of members, a report of a study trip undertaken by Bill Wood, MLA, to Darwin from 10 to 11 July and to Alice Springs from 13 to 14 July.

Salaried Specialists' Use of Private Practice Privileges

MR SPEAKER: I present, for the information of members and pursuant to the Auditor-General Act 1996, Auditor-General's Report No. 8 of 1997, entitled "Salaried Specialists' Use of Private Practice Privileges".

Motion (by Mr Humphries), by leave, agreed to:

That the Assembly authorises the publication of the Auditor-General's Report No. 8 of 1997.

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