Next page . . . . Previous page . . . . Speeches . . . . Contents . . . . Debates(HTML) . . . .

NOES, 15 . . Page.. 1398 ..

MS TUCKER (10.55), in reply: It is great to see everyone work so well together on some issues anyway. I understand that there has been a problem in the process with our submission to the Remuneration Tribunal. I accept that maybe that is something we could have done. We were not aware of that. You can use the process, if you like, as a way of arguing against the principle of what we have done here. All I can say is that the principle is that we feel at this time that it is not appropriate to take a pay rise, and we stick by that. In terms of the cars, we are still working on the cars and we have something going to Mrs Carnell today. We will be able to inform you more on that issue.

Question put:

That the motion (Ms Tucker’s) be agreed to.

The Assembly voted -


NOES, 15

Ms Horodny

Mr Berry

Mr Kaine

Ms Tucker

Mrs Carnell

Ms McRae

Mr Connolly

Mr Moore

Mr Cornwell

Mr Osborne

Mr De Domenico

Mr Stefaniak

Ms Follett

Mr Whitecross

Mr Hird

Mr Wood

Mr Humphries

Question so resolved in the negative.


Printing, Circulation and Publication of Reports

MR MOORE (10.58): Mr Speaker, I move:

That the resolution of the Assembly of 1 June 1995 relating to the printing and circulation of the reports by the Standing Committee on Planning and Environment on its inquiries into contaminated sites and the Government’s draft Capital Works Program be amended by omitting “printing and circulation” from paragraph (1) and substituting “printing, circulation and publication”.

I put this motion on the notice paper in order to alter the usual motion in relation to the printing and circulation of committee reports out of session. We want to add the words “and publication”. The reason for this addition is to make plain the Assembly's intention that when it authorises a committee to circulate its report out of session, subject, of course, to your approval, Mr Speaker, the circulation should be to the wider community and not just to members of this house. We have had a couple of instances in the not too distant past when one possible interpretation was that our motion did not

Next page . . . . Previous page . . . . Speeches . . . . Contents . . . . Debates(HTML) . . . .