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Daily Business Program

Daily Business Program (21 September 2023)


27 21 September 2023 Program.pdf

Thursday 21 September 2023 


House meets at 10.00 am 


BUDGET 2023-2024  


Budget response speech by Leader of the Opposition (Mr Mark Speakman). 

Question on second and third readings of Appropriation and cognate bills (Mr Michael Daley). 

Motion to take note of Budget Estimates and related papers (Mr David Mehan). 




Giving of Notices of Motions (General Business) (for a period of up to 15 minutes) 


Notices of Motions (for Bills) (for up to 20 minutes) 

No. 11 Electoral Amendment (Voter ID and Electronic Mark Off) Bill (Mr Gareth Ward). 



At 11.00 am 


Ministerial Statements 

Giving of Notices of Motions (Government Business, Bills, Business with Precedence) 


Question Time 


Ministerial Statements  


Committees – Reports and Announcements 

Petitions - Announcements 

Placing or Disposal of Business 

Business with Precedence under Standing Order 118 (if any) 


Resumption of General Business Notices of Motions for Bills (if required), with Speaker to then leave the Chair.  



At 2.30 pm 




Notices of Motions (General Notices) 

No. 270 Glendale TAFE (Ms Sonia Hornery 

No. 271 Country Universities Centre (Mr Justin Clancy) 

No. 272 Public Safety Network (Ms Yasmin Catley) 

No. 274  Western Sydney Local Health District Emergency Departments (Mr Stephen Bali) 

No. 275 Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the State (Mr Gareth Ward) 

No. 276 South West Sydney Hospitals (Mr Nathan Hagarty) 

No. 277 Riverwood Commuter Car Park (Mr Mark Coure)  




At 3.40 pm 


(for up to 20 minutes) 

Order of the Day 

No. 3 Russian Invasion of Ukraine; resumption of the adjourned debate (Mr Chris Minns). 



At 4.00 pm 

Order of the Day (Petitions) 

No.  1  Debate of a petition from certain citizens requesting the Legislative Assembly call on the Government to design and construct an overpass at the intersection of Houston Mitchell Drive and the Pacific Highway (Mrs Leslie Williams). 


Community Recognition Statements  

Private Members Statements 


If required: Speaker to leave and then resume the Chair on the ringing of a long bell to receive message from the Legislative Council regarding the Appropriation and cognate bills. 





(approved by email) 

Ron Hoenig, MP 

Leader of the House ​