Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 5 Hansard (9 May) . . Page.. 1663 ..
MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Order! Ms Cheyne, resume your seat. We will have order here. Ms Cheyne.
MS CHEYNE: Thank you, Mr Assistant Speaker. I think that has well and truly proven my point.
Mr Hanson interjecting—
MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Order, Mr Hanson!
Mr Hanson: Knock-out speech, knock-out speech!
MS CHEYNE: Do you actually have anything substantive to offer?
Mr Coe: A point of order, Mr Assistant Speaker.
MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Resume your seat, Ms Cheyne. I call the Leader of the Opposition on a point of order.
Mr Coe: Talking about the lack of relevance of the opposition is not included in the motion; so her accusations about relevance are a little bit rich, given she has spent the best part of—
MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: I think Ms Cheyne is responding to issues that you have raised in the debate—
Mr Coe: Am I allowed to raise a point of order or not?
MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: so I do not think that there is a point of order, Mr Coe.
Mr Coe: I have not actually raised the point of order yet.
MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Ms Cheyne, the question is that the motion be agreed to.
Mr Coe: Can I have a point of order or not?
MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: I said that there is no point of order, Mr Coe. You will resume your seat and Ms Cheyne will address the question. Thank you.
Mr Coe: Okay.
Mr Hanson: On a point of order—
MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Mr Hanson, what is the point of order?
Mr Hanson: The point of order relates to standing order 42. Ms Cheyne is not addressing the chair. She has been addressing members of the opposition. That is not