Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 09 Hansard (Thursday, 20 August 2009) . . Page.. 3483 ..
Mr Corbell: Madam Assistant Speaker—
MR SESELJA: I do not know what the words are. She has not pointed to them.
Mr Corbell: With your leave, Madam Assistant Speaker?
MADAM ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Yes, Mr Corbell.
Mr Corbell: Sit down please, Mr Seselja.
MR SESELJA: You do not direct me, Simon.
Mr Corbell: I have the call, Mr Seselja.
MR SESELJA: I will take direction from elsewhere.
MADAM ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Mr Corbell has the floor. Are you sitting down, Mr Seselja?
MR SESELJA: Well, I have not been asked to sit down. I mean, there is nothing that says I have to sit down. I will wait—
Mr Corbell: The chair has acknowledged me, Mr Seselja. You should resume your seat.
MADAM ASSISTANT SPEAKER: I understand that.
MR SESELJA: I will take direction from the chair, not from you, Simon.
Mr Corbell: You know the procedure, Mr Seselja.
MADAM ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Mr Seselja, I have asked you to sit down.
MR SESELJA: You have asked me to sit down? No problem.
Mr Corbell: I love all the hyped-up machismo that is coming out of Mr Seselja. Madam Assistant Speaker, Mr Seselja knows very well that the comments that he has made in this debate, in which he has said that Mr Barr has not told the truth in correspondence that he has sent to other parties, are highly disorderly. He should withdraw those words, rather than feign some ignorance of the fact.
MR SESELJA: This is just wasting time now, Madam Assistant Speaker. I withdraw. So I do not know what Mr—
Mr Corbell: Thank you, Mr Seselja.
MR SESELJA: Mr Corbell is interjecting and slowing debate down.
MADAM ASSISTANT SPEAKER: Mr Seselja, have you withdrawn?