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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 04 Hansard (Thursday, 25 March 2010) . . Page.. 1549 ..


Mr Stanhope: It is not what I said. That is a lie. You are getting very good at this lying, mate.

MS BURCH: The officer also provides case management service to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and young people. They provide case management services to young people using the unit management model. The role—

Mr Smyth: Point of order, Mr Speaker.

MR SPEAKER: Order! Ms Burch, one moment, please.

Mr Smyth: The Chief Minister has been interjecting all afternoon—

MR SPEAKER: Mr Smyth, I have given him—

Mr Smyth: and he is now making accusations of lies across the chamber. Can you take some action, please?

MR SPEAKER: Mr Smyth, thank you. Sit down please. Chief Minister, you are now warned.

MS BURCH: The role also assisted—

Mr Hanson: Mr Speaker, on a point of order.

MR SPEAKER: Order, Ms Burch! Ms Burch, one moment please.

Mr Hanson: Mr Speaker, on a point of order. He is sitting across there mouthing “liar”. I would just appreciate your ruling. I appreciate that it will not be in the Hansard but all members—

Members interjecting—

MR SPEAKER: Order!

Mr Hanson: I do not know if the crossbench saw it but he is sitting there mouthing “liar” across the Assembly directly after being warned. I seek your ruling.

Mr Stanhope: On the point of order, Mr Speaker—

Mr Smyth: Oh, what a child. It is pathetic.

Mr Stanhope: I did not say a word.

Mr Smyth: And so witty!

Mr Doszpot: And you call us hypocrites, Jon. You call us hypocrites. Wow!

Mr Hargreaves: “Hypocrites” is another word you can get tossed out for.


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