Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2007 Week 11 Hansard (15 November) . . Page.. 3430..
DR FOSKEY (continuing):
On 21 February 2007, Auditor-General's report No 1 of 2007, Credit card use, hospitality and sponsorship, was referred to the Standing Committee on Public Accounts. The committee has resolved to make no further inquiries into the report but to consider its findings in its inquiry into the Auditor-General's report on Rhodium Asset Solutions Ltd, where relevant.
On 14 June 2007, Auditor-General's report No 2 of 2007, Agency implementation of audit recommendations, was referred to the Standing Committee on Public Accounts. The committee has resolved to make no further inquiries into the report but will be seeking further clarification from the government about its processes for responding to audit reports, as part of the committee's inquiry into the 2006-07 annual reports.
MR SPEAKER: Mrs Burke, is it still your wish to make a statement pursuant to standing order 46?
Mrs Burke: Not at this time, Mr Speaker. I would like to leave it until after this.
MR SPEAKER: We have finished Assembly business, so it is an opportune time if you want to do it now.
Mr Hargreaves: Now is the best time.
Mrs Burke: After, if it could wait.
MR SPEAKER: We are moving to executive business.
Mr Hargreaves: Do it now. Let's not push it, Jacqui. If you don't do it now, we are not going to play silly buggers with you.
Ordered that executive business be called on.
Domestic Animals Amendment Bill 2007
Proposed new clause 9A.
Debate resumed from 13 November 2007.
MR SPEAKER: Mr Pratt?
Mr Hargreaves: That is an abuse of a bit of works. Jacqui, I went out on a limb for that.
Mrs Burke: Sorry?
Mr Pratt: Have we finished with that debate?
MR SPEAKER: Can we just end the confusion here?