Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 4 Hansard (1 April) . . Page.. 1113 ..
MR WOOD (continuing):
was a citizen that the ACT can be proud of and a person to whom we should pay due respect. I pass on with others my condolences to his family and his friends.
Question resolved in the affirmative, members standing in their places.
Legal Affairs-Standing Committee
Alteration of reporting date
Motion (by Mr Stefaniak ), by leave, agreed to:
That the resolution of the Assembly of 12 December 2002, concerning the referral of the Crimes (Industrial Manslaughter) Amendment Bill 2002 to the Standing Committee on Legal Affairs, be amended by omitting "by 1 April 2003"and substituting "by 17 June 2003".
And inserting a new paragraph 1 (a)
"That if the Assembly is not sitting when the Standing Committee on Legal Affairs has completed its inquiry into the Crimes (Industrial Manslaughter) Amendment Bill 2002 the Committee may send its report to the Speaker or, in the absence of the Speaker, to the Deputy Speaker who is authorised to give directions for its printing; publishing and circulation.".
Scrutiny Report No 28
MR STEFANIAK (10.52): I present the following report:
Legal Affairs - Standing Committee (performing the duties of a Scrutiny of Bills and Subordinate Legislation Committee) - Scrutiny Report No. 28 - Meeting of the Working Group of Chairs and Deputy Chairs of Australian Scrutiny of Primary and Delegated Legislation Committees - Hobart, Tasmania - 3 February 2003, dated 31 March 2003.
I seek leave to move a motion authorising the report for publication.
MR STEFANIAK: I move:
That the report be authorised for publication.
Question resolved in the affirmative.
MR STEFANIAK: I seek leave to make a brief statement.
MR STEFANIAK: Scrutiny Report No 28 contains the report on the meeting of the working groups of chairs and deputy chairs of the Australian scrutiny of primary and delegated legislation committees held in Hobart in February 2003.