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Standing Ethics Committee

The Standing Ethics Committee was established to prepare a draft code of conduct for Members of the Legislative Assembly, and to review any code introduced. The Committee is to carry out the educative work in relation to ethical standards applying to Members of the Legislative Assembly as well as providing advice on the standards. This Committee's role and functions has been continued by the Standing Committee on Parliamentary Privilege and Ethics, which was established by resolution of the Assembly on 4 December 2003.
During the current parliament, no inquiries have been undertaken by the committee.
Referred Inquiry
No inquiries were undertaken by the committee in past parliaments.
Records of earlier inquiries undertaken by the committee appear below:
Referred Inquiry
29/03/2001 Inquiry into certain qualifications for membership of Parliament (Section 13B of the NSW Constitution "Office of Profit under the Crown"
25/05/1999 Review of the Code of Conduct
No inquiries have been referred to the committee.