Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 2 Hansard (22 February) . . Page.. 616..
MR SPEAKER: A supplementary, Ms Le Couteur.
MS LE COUTEUR: Minister, given that part of 306 has been given interim effect, will this be extended until the next Assembly's planning committee has time to report and the DV is presumably presented in the next Assembly?
MR CORBELL: My understanding of the operation of interim effect—and, again, I would need to seek some advice on the matter—is that interim effect remains in place until the draft variation is either made into a formal variation or it is rejected by the Assembly, or indeed it is withdrawn by the minister or the planning authority.
MS BRESNAN: Supplementary.
MR SPEAKER: Yes, Ms Bresnan.
MS BRESNAN: Minister, will you also be releasing the DV306 reference group's report on the variation?
MR CORBELL: I would expect to release all of the consultation documents and reports in relation to the variation.
MS HUNTER: Supplementary question, Mr Speaker.
MR SPEAKER: Yes, Ms Hunter.
MS HUNTER: Minister, will draft variation 308 be referred to the planning committee and, if so, when?
MR CORBELL: Is that 308 or 306?
Ms Hunter: 308.
MR CORBELL: That is a different variation. I seek your guidance, Mr Speaker, as to whether that is a supplementary. It is about a completely different subject, Mr Speaker. So I seek your advice on that.
MR SPEAKER: Yes; stop the clocks, thank you. Mr Corbell, there are two ways you can interpret this. One is that you can say the question is about the timing of draft variations going to the planning committee—or one can interpret it as being about draft variation 306. I think it is a 50-50 call. I would invite you to answer the question.
MR CORBELL: I need to consider my position on the matter, Mr Speaker.
MR DOSZPOT: My question is to the minister for education. Minister, the Gonski review, which is, in essence, about the distribution of money, has at its core an interventionist model. Given that the Catholic Education Office administer their