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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 04 Hansard (Thursday, 7 April 2011) . . Page.. 1618 ..


Mr Stanhope: Very mature, Vicki; very mature. God, you’re a child. It’s a bloody kindergarten.

MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER (Mr Hargreaves): Is leave granted?

Leave granted.

Members interjecting—

MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER (Mr Hargreaves): Order, members!

Mr Coe: You’re a mature person, aren’t you, Jon?

MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Order, Mr Coe! Mr Barr has it. It is almost over today.

Mr Stanhope interjecting—

MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Chief Minister, please, Mr Barr is capable.

Mr Coe interjecting—

MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Mr Coe, do not end on a bad day.

Mr Stanhope: Really, Alastair.

MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Order, members! That will do. I will not say it again. The next person to do that—

Mr Stanhope interjecting—

MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Chief Minister, please do not force me into it.

Mr Coe interjecting—

MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Mr Coe, you are warned. I mean it, and it carries over if I know you.

Mr Seselja: On a point of order, Mr Assistant Speaker.

MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Yes.

Mr Seselja: In your ruling, you told members to be quiet. The Chief Minister clearly intervened after that. You did not warn him and you warned Mr Coe. Could I seek your rationale—

MR ASSISTANT SPEAKER: The reason? Yes, certainly.

Mr Seselja: as to why Mr Coe’s interjections merit a warning and the Chief Minister’s far more persistent interjections do not?


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