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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 14 Hansard (Wednesday, 8 December 2010) . . Page.. 5963 ..

who are innocent of bullying and innocent of contributing to the toxic culture in health and obstetrics.

Ms Porter: You do want to know who it is, then. You do want to know.

Ms Gallagher: You do want the individuals.

MRS DUNNE: I do not particularly want to know. The community needs to be satisfied about what actions are being taken and whether those actions are being carried through. What are the recommendations that have been made by this PIR? The Assembly cannot know; the community cannot know. So the Assembly and the community cannot monitor and follow it up. The minister sits there saying, “I’ve got nothing to hide.” Well, her actions say something else. She can say, “I’ve got nothing to hide,” but her very actions say something else.

Mr Seselja: She’s going to great lengths to hide it.

Ms Gallagher: You prove that. You prove that I know. Go on.

Mr Seselja: Sorry, prove what?

Ms Gallagher: Prove that I have hidden it.

Mr Seselja: You have. You have hidden it.

Ms Gallagher: What you’re saying is that I’ve hidden it.

Mr Seselja: You set up the inquiry.

MADAM ASSISTANT SPEAKER (Ms Le Couteur): Members! Mrs Dunne has the floor. Please stop this cross-talk.

MRS DUNNE: The minister, by her very actions in setting up this inquiry in this way—

Mr Seselja: You’re going to now prove that they are not guilty, because you have hidden it. That’s the problem. We don’t know which of them—

Ms Gallagher: So you’d break the law, Zed?

Mr Seselja: Sorry?

Ms Gallagher: You’d break the law?


Ms Gallagher: That’s your answer.

MADAM ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Mr Seselja, Ms Gallagher, please stop this cross-talk. Mrs Dunne, you do have the floor.

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