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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1999 Week 2 Hansard (10 March) . . Page.. 493 ..


: He was a Labor candidate. Are you saying that he did not speak for the party? He made it clear that the party supported rural residential development, because he was asked about it on the ABC.

Mr Stanhope: I think his views are about as relevant as Lucinda Spier's, and we know what she thinks.

MR HUMPHRIES: All right. Let us forget about Dr Steve Garth. I will not talk about Steve Garth. Let us talk about your views. Mr Hargreaves, you laugh. You voted for rural residential.

Mr Quinlan: Let us talk about Brendan Smyth's incompetence.

MR HUMPHRIES: You voted for rural residential just a few months ago, Mr Quinlan.

Mr Hargreaves: When did I do that, Mr Humphries? Mr Magic Memory, when did I do that?

MR HUMPHRIES: You did. Have you forgotten?

Mr Quinlan: Quote me.

MR HUMPHRIES: I do not have to quote you. You appear in the minutes of the Assembly. I have not got the minutes with me. I will bring them back and I will seek leave to table those minutes of the Assembly later. You voted for it, Mr Hargreaves. You voted for it, Mr Quinlan. You voted for it, Mr Berry, Mr Corbell and Mr Stanhope. You all voted for a motion last year - - -

Mr Hargreaves: When?

MR HUMPHRIES: Well, they have obviously forgotten about that.

Mr Quinlan: And so have you, because you cannot say when.

MR HUMPHRIES: I will obtain those minutes and I will bring them to this Assembly. You can see it. The fact is that every one of you voted for a motion - I think it was put by Mr Osborne - in this place which, among other things, supported the concept of rural residential development in the ACT.

Mr Hargreaves: We have not misled this Assembly.

Mr Quinlan: We are talking about misleading here.

MR HUMPHRIES: Mr Speaker, I would ask for a little bit of protection here. We are talking about that.

Mr Hargreaves: How about going to relevance then?

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