Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2002 Week 4 Hansard (9 April) . . Page.. 868 ..
MR QUINLAN (continuing):
There is another thing I would like to correct. Mrs Cross built a lot of her argument on the fact that the previous government had two dips at this process. One was a draft budget, which was a sham. We all know that, and I think that is now a matter of record. The whole process was a sham. There was also a complaint about too much information. There might have been some reference to that, but I do not think it was the centrepiece of complaint.
More importantly, the second one was a complaint that not enough information was sent. That is simply wrong. I hope you do not follow your leader in the habit of building arguments in this place on false premises. One Gary Humphries in the Assembly is enough!
Question resolved in the affirmative.
Legal Affairs-Standing Committee
Scrutiny Report No 7
MR STEFANIAK: I seek leave to table Mr Quinlan's reply to scrutiny of bills report No 7.
MR STEFANIAK: I present the following paper:
Legal Affairs-Standing Committee (incorporating the duties of a Scrutiny of Bills and Subordinate Legislation Committee)-Scrutiny Report No 7, dated 27 March 2002-Government Response to Duties Amendment Bill 2002, dated 4 April 2002.
Report No 1
MS TUCKER (5.45): I present the following report:
Health-Standing Committee-Report No 1-Budget consultation Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2002-2003, dated 9 April 2002, together with a copy of the extracts and the minutes of proceedings.
I ask for leave to present the submissions received by the inquiry.
MS TUCKER: I present the submissions received by the inquiry. I seek leave to move a motion in relation to the report.
MS TUCKER: I move:
That the report be authorised for publication.