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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2001 Week 7 Hansard (21 June) . . Page.. 2292..

MR STEFANIAK (continuing):

this requirement, which is inconsistent with ordinary investigation practice in which evidence may be retained by an investigator for the purposes of prosecution. Mr Speaker, I commend the bill to the Assembly.

Debate (on motion by Mr Berry ) adjourned to the next sitting.

Planning and Urban Services-Standing Committee

Presentation of reports

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

That if the Assembly is not sitting when the Standing Committee on Planning and Urban Services has completed its inquiries on the following matters:

Section master planning for Turner, sections 46, 47, 48 and 62;

Mawson/Athllon Drive land use; and

National Competition Policy review of the ACT taxi and hire car legislation

the Committee may send its report to the Speaker, or in the absence of the Speaker, the Deputy Speaker, who is authorised to give directions for its printing, circulation and publication and the foregoing provisions of this resolution have effect notwithstanding anything contained in the standing orders.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Chief Minister's Portfolio-Standing Committee

Public Accounts Committee Report No 21

Debate resumed from 26 August 1999, on motion by Mr Quinlan:

That the report be noted.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Chief Minister's Portfolio-Standing Committee

Proposed reference-cooperatives exposure draft legislation

Debate resumed from 26 August 1999, on motion by Mr Humphries:

That the Cooperatives exposure draft legislation together with the explanatory memorandum be referred to the Standing Committee for the Chief Minister's Portfolio for inquiry and report by 21 October 1999.

MR QUINLAN (10.59): This matter goes back to September 1999 when a motion was brought forward by Mr Humphries to refer the draft cooperatives bill to the Chief Minister's Portfolio Committee. Debate on that motion was adjourned and the motion was never brought back. We have now seen the first attempt at a cooperatives bill, whose passage again has been adjourned, so time has passed this one by. I seek leave to move a motion discharging this order of the day from the notice paper.

Leave granted.

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