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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2001 Week 6 Hansard (15 June) . . Page.. 1891 ..

MR STEFANIAK (continuing):

a security officer to be overruled by the court. There are certain people in court who have every right to be in court.

At 5.00 pm, in accordance with standing order 34, the debate was interrupted. The motion for the adjournment of the Assembly having been put and negatived, the debate was resumed.

MR STANHOPE (Leader of the Opposition) (5.01): Mr Temporary Deputy Speaker, I wonder whether Mr Rugendyke and Mr Kaine could indicate how they intend to vote.

MR RUGENDYKE (5.02): I want to let Mr Stanhope know that I will not be supporting this amendment.

Ms Tucker: Why?

MR RUGENDYKE: Based on my belief that what is there is appropriate.

Question put:

That Mr Stanhope's amendment be agreed to.

The Assembly voted-

	Ayes 8  			Noes 9

 Mr Berry  	Mr Stanhope  	Mrs Burke  	Mr Moore
 Mr Corbell  	Ms Tucker  	Mr Cornwell  	Mr Rugendyke
 Mr Hargreaves  Mr Wood  	Mr Hird  	Mr Smyth
 Mr Osborne    			Mr Humphries  	Mr Stefaniak
 Mr Quinlan    			Mr Kaine

Question so resolved in the negative.

Amendment negatived.

Clause 13 agreed to.

Clause 14.

MR RUGENDYKE (5.06): Mr Temporary Deputy Speaker, I withdraw amendment No 5 circulated in my name.


MR STANHOPE (Leader of the Opposition) (5.07): I move amendment No 6 [see schedule 2, part 1, at page 1973]. Mr Temporary Deputy Speaker, this is a consequential amendment to amendment No 3, which I moved earlier and which was passed by the Assembly. It is a consequential machinery amendment which is necessary as the result of the passage of my amendment No 3.

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