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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 2 Hansard (18 March) . . Page.. 454..

counterparts to promote rail. I express a very personal view, and a view that the Greens hold: we do not believe that, for example, an airfreight hub is the answer.

Discussion concluded.

Justice and Community Safety—Standing Committee

Scrutiny report 15

MR DOSZPOT: I present the following report:

Justice and Community Safety (Legislative Scrutiny Role)—Standing Committee—Scrutiny Report 15, dated 11 March 2014, together with the relevant minutes of proceedings.

MR DOSZPOT: I seek leave to make a brief statement.

Leave granted.

MR DOSZPOT: Scrutiny report 15 contains the committee's comments on five bills, 75 pieces of subordinate legislation, one government response and one regulatory impact statement. The report was circulated to members when the Assembly was not sitting. I commend the report to the Assembly.

Report 2

MR DOSZPOT (Molonglo) (4.30): I present the following report:

Justice and Community Safety—Standing Committee—Report 2—Annual and Financial Reports 2012-2013, dated March 2014, together with a copy of the extracts of the relevant minutes of proceedings.

I move:

That the report be noted.

Today I table the report of the Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety on annual and financial reports 2012-2013. As you will appreciate, Madam Deputy Speaker, this is part of the important arrangements for scrutiny and accountability that we have in this place. Each year government agencies and statutory offices appear before the Assembly at annual reports and estimates hearings. This gives the Assembly scope and continuity in the scrutiny of public sector administration, which is important.

As in previous years, officers from the Justice and Safety Directorate, its sub-agencies and statutory offices associated with the directorate appeared before the committee together with officers from ACT Policing. The hearings were a high value exercise which brought a number of important matters to the attention of the committee, including matters of interest from previous annual reports and estimates hearings.

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