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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2007 Week 8 Hansard (30 August) . . Page.. 2398..

Ayes 8

Noes 7

Mr Barr

Mr Hargreaves

Mrs Burke

Mr Pratt

Mr Berry

Ms MacDonald

Mrs Dunne

Mr Smyth

Mr Corbell

Ms Porter

Dr Foskey

Mr Stefaniak

Mr Gentleman

Mr Stanhope

Mr Mulcahy

Question so resolved in the affirmative.

Original question resolved in the affirmative.

Mr Pratt: Mr Speaker, can I seek your advice on a particular matter. In the previous matter, when you gave me the nod to stand and speak, and before I opened my mouth, Ms MacDonald was able to "take a point of order". How could she have done that if I had not opened my mouth and spoken? Could you please advise me where that sits in the standing orders?

MR SPEAKER: Ms MacDonald moved the closure motion, pursuant to standing order 61.

Mr Pratt: But, Mr Speaker, I recall—

MR SPEAKER: Standing order 61 states:

61. A Member may not interrupt another Member whilst speaking, unless:

(a) to call attention to a point of order;

(b) to call attention to the want of a quorum; or

(c) to move a closure motion.

It is consistent with standing order 61.

Estimates 2007-2008—Select Committee

Papers and statement by member

MR GENTLEMAN (Brindabella) (11.25): I seek leave to table some papers and make a statement regarding the Select Committee on Estimates 2007-2008 report.

Leave granted.

MR GENTLEMAN: I want to correct two errors in relation to the committee's report into the Appropriation Bill 2007-2008. I present the following papers:

Estimates 2007-2008—report—Appropriation Bill 2007-2008—

Appendix A: hearing and witnesses (revised).

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