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Legislation Committee on the Whistleblowers Protection Bill (No 2) 1992

The Legislation Committee on the Whistleblowers Protection Bill (No 2) 1992 is a Legislation committee, established on 27 November 1992 and ended on the date of the tabling of its report on 30 June 1993. The Committee was formed during the second reading debate on the Whistleblowers Protection Bill (No 2) 1992 by motion of the Leader of the House to further consider the Bill in detail

Report of The Legislation Committee on the Whistleblowers Protection Bill (No
2) 1992
June 1993

Resolution passed 27 November 1992, Votes and Proceedings No. 55, Item 24, page 758.
– That
(1) The Whistleblowers Protection Bill 1992 (No. 2) be referred to a
Legislation Committee for consideration and report to the House on such
amendments as it considers should be proposed to the Committee of the Whole on
that bill;
(2) That such committee consist of:
(a) Three members supporting the Government nominated by the Leader of the
House in writing to the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly;
(b) Two members supporting the Opposition nominated by the Leader of the
Opposition in writing to the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly; and
(c) The honourable member for Bligh.

(3) That for the purpose of any Parliamentary Committees Enabling legislation
the Legislation Committee on the Whistleblowers Protection Bill 1992 (No. 2) be
a committee to which the Act applies.
(4) The Committee report by 31 March 1993.

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