Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1996 Week 5 Hansard (14 May) . . Page.. 1221 ..
Mr Moore: We have been very tolerant of you. We have given you lots of chances.
MR BERRY: Have you ever seen the standing orders stretched? The issue here, of course, is reference by Mrs Carnell to correspondence between her and the Commonwealth. That was a minute paper, which I assume was an internal one.
Mrs Carnell: It quotes the draft agreement that went to the NCPA.
MR BERRY: If there is no correspondence between you and the Commonwealth, just tell us so.
Mrs Carnell: It quotes the draft agreement that was sent.
MR BERRY: Just tell us that there is no correspondence.
That the motion (Mr Berry's) be agreed to.
The Assembly voted -
AYES, 7 NOES, 10 Mr Berry Mrs Carnell Ms Follett Mr Cornwell Ms McRae Mr De Domenico Mr Osborne Mr Hird Ms Reilly Ms Horodny Mr Whitecross Mr Humphries Mr Wood Mr Kaine Mr Moore Mr Stefaniak Ms TuckerQuestion so resolved in the negative.
Belconnen Remand Centre
MR HUMPHRIES: Mr Speaker, on a previous day - I forget which - Ms Follett asked me a question about the loss of jobs by detainees in the Belconnen Remand Centre and how many detainees had lost their jobs who were also reliant on the now cancelled free issue. I table the answer to that question and ask that it be incorporated in Hansard.
Answer incorporated at Appendix 2.