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diligence. Do not go giving it to a third party. That is inappropriate and, I dare say, is bordering on an illegal delegation of powers. It is definitely improper. It is not what the people of the ACT elected that government over there to do. You could probably even question whether they were properly elected, given that they are in there by the sole vote of one crossbench member. The majority of votes did not go to those parties that formed government at the last election. They are clinging on by their fingernails and they are doing everything they can to use their numbers to hide from any scrutiny. That should be absolutely deplored.
That the motion be agreed to.
The Assembly voted—
Ayes 7: Mr Coe Mr Doszpot Mrs Dunne Mr Hanson Mrs Jones Mr Smyth Mr Wall
Noes 8: Mr Barr Ms Berry Dr Bourke Ms Burch Mr Corbell Mr Gentleman Mr Hinder Mr Rattenbury
Question so resolved in the negative.
Sitting suspended from 12.21 to 2.30 pm.
MADAM SPEAKER: Before I call the Leader of the Opposition, I acknowledge the presence in the chamber this afternoon of members of the University of the Third Age, who have been at the Assembly for one of the education programs today. Welcome to your Assembly.
Questions without notice
University of Canberra—Brumbies relationship
MR HANSON: My question is to the Chief Minister. Chief Minister, in relation to the Brumbies and the University of Canberra development saga, when did you become aware that Mr David Lamont was an adviser to the University of Canberra, the Brumbies and the property developer simultaneously?
MR BARR: I do not believe that is the case.
MADAM SPEAKER: A supplementary question, Mr Hanson.
MR HANSON: What due diligence did your government exercise when you became aware of the conflicting roles of the lobbyist representing at least two of the parties, possibly three?
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