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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 2 Hansard (21 February) . . Page.. 517..


The instrument authorises a net total of $36.018 million in capital injection rollovers and payments for expenses on behalf of the territory for the Health Directorate. The rollovers include $38.311 million underspent on the controlled capital injection appropriation, offset by the acceleration of nine capital projects totalling $2.552 million, and $259,000 of payments for expenses on behalf of the territory appropriation.

These rollovers have been made as the appropriation relates to project funds where commitments have been entered into, but the related cash has not yet been required or expended during the year of appropriation. The capital injection rollovers include $14.546 million for the continuation and completion of the e-healthy future project, $4.963 million for the continuation and completion of the provision for project definition planning, $4.528 million for the completion of the linear accelerator procurement and replacement project, $2.517 million for the financial completion of the Canberra Hospital new multistorey car park, $2.356 million for costs associated with clinical equipment for the Calvary hospital and $2.142 million for costs associated with the women's and children's hospital. Details relating to these and the other rollovers and overspends are provided in the instrument. I commend the paper to the Assembly and again apologise for the delay. I move:

That the Assembly takes note of the paper.

Debate (on motion by Mr Hanson) adjourned to the next sitting.

Justice and Community Safety-Standing Committee

Report 7-government response

MR CORBELL (Molonglo-Attorney-General, Minister for Police and Emergency Services and Minister for the Environment and Sustainable Development): For the information of members I present the following paper:

Justice and Community Safety-Standing Committee-Report 7-A Review of Campaign Financing Laws in the ACT-Government response.

I move:

That the Assembly takes note of the paper.

I am pleased to present to the Assembly the government's response to the Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety's report into the inquiry into campaign finance reform. On 3 December 2009 the chair of the committee wrote to MLAs, inviting submissions to the inquiry into campaign finance reform, and the inquiry was held throughout 2010.

On 22 September 2011 Mrs Dunne presented the committee's report, A review of campaign financing laws in the ACT, to the Assembly. The report made 21 recommendations, all of which proposed substantial changes to the ACT's electoral campaign funding and disclosure laws. The primary purpose of the recommendations


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