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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2001 Week 7 Hansard (19 June) . . Page.. 2006..

MR HARGREAVES (continuing):

that-reveal all the people involved in the decision-making process, right down to the most junior person .

I urge the chamber to show caution in that regard. That is one of the major reasons why I think that retrospectivity is not on. If we are talking about prospectivity, everybody knows the ground rules. All public servants giving their support and their advice fearlessly and frankly would know the rules. We are saying that it is possible that we may now change those rules. I think there will be unintended consequences from that.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Planning and Urban Services-Standing Committee

Transcript of proceedings

MR HIRD (11.03): I ask for leave to present the transcript of proceedings for the Standing Committee on Planning and Urban Services inquiry into draft variation No 163 and move that the transcript be published.

Leave granted.

MR HIRD: I present the following document:

Planning and Urban Services-Standing Committee-Draft variations (No 163) to the Territory Plan-Transcript of proceedings, dated Friday, 14 November 2000.

I move:

That the Assembly authorises the publication of the transcript of proceedings for the Standing Committee on Planning and Urban Services inquiry into Draft Variation to the Territory Plan No 163.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Bail Amendment Bill 2001

Mr Stefaniak , by leave, presented the bill and its explanatory memorandum.

Title read by Clerk.

MR STEFANIAK (Minister for Education and Attorney-General) (11.04): I move:

That this bill be agreed to in principle.

This bill amends the Bail Act 1992. As members will recall, the Assembly recently passed a number of amendments to the Bail Act, including the introduction of a presumption against people accused of committing a serious offence whilst on bail for another serious offence. Those amendments commenced in May of this year.

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