Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 1999 Week 11 Hansard (21 October) . . Page.. 3462 ..
MR BERRY: Thank you. Mr Moore said that he knew that I did not care about the job prospects of certain workers, or words to that effect. There would be nothing that I have ever done in this place that would give Mr Moore or anybody else that impression. In fact, Mr Speaker, almost everything I do in relation to jobs and the job prospects of workers relates to my concern about them. For Mr Moore to say he knows that I would not be concerned about it would be based on a false premise, and I would be happy to see the information upon which he bases his false claim.
MR SPEAKER: You have made your point, Mr Berry.
MS CARNELL (Chief Minister): Mr Speaker, for the information of members, I present the financial statements for 1998-99 for the Superannuation and Insurance Provision Unit, Territorial Account, due to the omission of three pages of the statements in Volume 2 of the Chief Minister's Department Annual Report 1998-99. I ask for leave to make a brief statement.
MS CARNELL: Mr Speaker, I wish to table the financial statements for the year ended 30 June 1999, and I apologise to members for them not being part of the annual report. The Statement of Performance and Statement of Appropriation (three pages) were missing from the statements included in Volume 2 of the Chief Minister's Department Annual Report 1998-99 tabled on 14 October this year. This omission occurred in the process of consolidating Volume 2. A revised copy of Volume 2 has been distributed to members. Nonetheless I regret any inconvenience that may have been caused.
MS CARNELL (Chief Minister) (3.25): Mr Speaker, for the information of members, I present the Government's response to the report of the Select Committee on the Report of the Review of the Governance of the ACT. The report was presented to the Assembly on 30 June 1999. I move:
That the Assembly takes note of the paper.
Mr Speaker, I am pleased to table the government response to the report of the Select Committee on the Report of the Review of Governance of the ACT. I would like to thank all involved in the review of the governance of the ACT for their efforts in this important exercise.
The review of the governance of the ACT has been a very important opportunity for the people of Canberra to have their say on the workings of self-government in the ACT. Pleasingly, a wide range of people within the community seized this opportunity and