Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 11 Hansard (19 October) . . Page.. 4553..
Mr Corbell: The standing order cannot be used to provide another opportunity to speak during the debate.
Mrs Dunne: Except standing order 47.
MR SPEAKER: Whilst Mr Hanson did not seek it under standing order 47, I think, if he now wishes to make a brief statement on the misrepresentation, he can do so. Mr Hanson.
MR HANSON (Molonglo): I want to make it very clear to the Assembly that we are granting leave. That is not the issue here.
Mr Hargreaves: On a point of order, Mr Speaker, does Mr Hanson require leave to make a statement under standing order 47?
MR SPEAKER: I believe it is the Speaker's—
Mr Hargreaves: Yes, I know, but has he sought leave to do so?
MR SPEAKER: In giving him the call, I believe I granted leave.
MR HANSON: I want to make it very clear that we will be granting leave. Mr Corbell tried to suggest that we were not. That is not the case. We are not granting a pair, and I did outline the reasons for that, but we will be granting leave.
Question resolved in the affirmative.
Justice and Community Safety—Standing Committee
Scrutiny report 28
MRS DUNNE (Ginninderra): I present the following report:
Justice and Community Safety—Standing Committee (performing the duties of a Scrutiny of Bills and Subordinate Legislation Committee)—Scrutiny Report 28, dated 18 October 2010, together with the relevant minutes of proceedings.
I seek leave to make a brief statement.
MRS DUNNE: Scrutiny report No 28 contains the committee's comments on four bills, five pieces of subordinate legislation and six government responses. The report was circulated to members when the Assembly was not sitting. I commend the report to the Assembly.
Climate Change, Environment and Water—Standing Committee
Statement by chair
MS HUNTER (Ginninderra—Parliamentary Convenor, ACT Greens): Pursuant to standing order 246A, on behalf of the Standing Committee on Climate Change,