Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2007 Week 2 Hansard (6 March) . . Page.. 207..
Remuneration Tribunal Act, pursuant to subsection 12 (2)-Determinations, together with statements for:
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court-Determination No. 200, dated 30 November 2006.
Chief Magistrate, Magistrates and Special Magistrates-Determination No. 203, dated 30 November 2006.
Master of the Supreme Court-Determination No. 202, dated 30 November 2006.
Part-time Holders of Public Office-
Determination No. 205, dated 30 November 2006.
Legal Profession Disciplinary Tribunal-Determination No. 206, dated 30 November 2006.
Tree Advisory Panel-Determination No. 199, dated 13 July 2006.
President of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal-Determination No. 204, dated 30 November 2006.
President of the Court of Appeal-Determination No. 201, dated 30 November 2006.
Legislation program-autumn 2007
Paper and statement by minister
MR STANHOPE (Ginninderra-Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Business and Economic Development, Minister for Indigenous Affairs and Minister for the Arts): Mr Speaker, for the information of members, I present the following paper:
Legislation program-autumn 2007, dated March 2007.
I ask leave to make a statement in relation to the paper.
MR STANHOPE: I am pleased to present the government's legislation program for the autumn 2007 sittings. Now that we are in the second half of the Sixth Assembly, the government will continue to step up activity and heighten its achievements to meet the challenging times ahead. The government will do this by building on the structures and policies already put into place and consolidating further all of the important reforms set in train while also focusing our priorities for the future. In the time available I intend to comment only briefly on some of the legislation the government will introduce in the autumn 2007 sitting period.
To follow up key decisions taken in this year's budget, the government will keep working to maintain good and sustainable budget policies and measures and to also facilitate transparency and less volatility in territory finances. The 2007-08 Appropriation Bill is central to the government's legislative and financial agenda, and will provide appropriation to administrative units for the 2007-08 financial year. The bill will be tabled in June 2007, together with the supporting budget papers.
Amendments will be introduced to the Financial Management Act to allow more effective administration of cash across government departments. As well as complementing the cash management reforms made in the 2006-07 budget, it will also