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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1995 Week 11 Hansard (14 December) . . Page.. 3034..


REMUNERATION TRIBUNAL (CONSEQUENTIAL AND
TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS) BILL 1995

Debate resumed from 23 November 1995, on motion by Mrs Carnell:

That this Bill be agreed to in principle.

Question put:

That this Bill be agreed to in principle.

The Assembly voted -

AYES, 9 NOES, 8

Mrs Carnell Mr Berry
Mr Cornwell Mr Connolly
Mr De Domenico Ms Follett
Mr Hird Ms Horodny
Mr Humphries Ms McRae
Mr Kaine Ms Tucker
Mr Moore Mr Whitecross
Mr Osborne Mr Wood
Mr Stefaniak

Question so resolved in the affirmative.

Bill agreed to in principle.

Leave granted to dispense with the detail stage.

Bill agreed to.

Sitting suspended from 12.16 to 2.30 pm

QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE

Legislative Assembly - Comments by Speaker

MS FOLLETT: Mr Speaker, I have a question to you. It refers to an article in the Canberra Chronicle for this week which is attributed to you. A range of views and quotations are attributed to you. Is it appropriate for you, the Speaker, to reflect on the unanimous decisions of this Assembly - for instance, the one against French nuclear testing in the Pacific, and the criticism of Shell for their support of the Nigerian Government which recently committed what the British Prime Minister, John Major, has called judicial murder? Is it appropriate for you to reflect on those decisions of this place simply because you appear subsequently to have changed your mind on the issues?


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