Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 7 Hansard (16 June) . . Page.. 2327..
MRS DUNNE (continuing):
months now, which is why I think it is time that the Assembly note the failure to answer the question.
Question resolved in the affirmative.
Question No 205
MR SESELJA: Under standing order 118A, I seek an explanation from the Attorney-General in relation to question 205, which I understand expired on 2 May.
MR CORBELL: The answer to that question was delivered to the secretariat today.
Question No 76
MR DOSZPOT: Under standing order 118A, I had a question of the Chief Minister, which was redirected to the Chief Minister on 20 March. The question was:
(1) How many people with a disability are in (a) permanent full-time, (b) permanent part-time and (c) casual employment in the ACT Government.
(2) What percentage of each category does this represent.
This expired on 27 March 2009.
MR STANHOPE: Mr Speaker, I have, I regret, no memory of the question at all. I will seek advice and inform the member about it. I am afraid that that is something I have absolutely no memory or recollection of at all.
Question No 219
MR COE: Under standing order 118A, I seek an explanation from the Minister for Disability and Housing as to why question 219 has not been answered.
MR HARGREAVES: I am sorry; I do not know the content of the question that Mr Coe referred to.
MR COE: Fire extinguishers.
MR HARGREAVES: Fire extinguishers? I understood that that letter had been finalised and that I had signed it, but I will take it on board and get it to you as soon as I can.
Question Nos 100 and 153
MR HANSON: Under standing order 118A, I seek an explanation from the Attorney-General as to why questions 100 and 153 on the notice paper, under my name, have not been answered.
MR CORBELL: Again, the answers to these questions have involved a significant deployment of resources. I regret the delay. They will be delivered to the member as soon as possible.