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Running Record (24 March 2020)

​Tuesday 24 March 2020

This Running Record is intended as a guide only to information on the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly, and is updated during the course of the sitting day. It shows the progress of legislation, results of motions moved and other business conducted.

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MEETING OF THE HOUSE
​Commenced 12.00 pm
FACEBOOK LIVE STREAMING​Commenced 12.01 pm

Mr Constance moved that the House authorise streaming of today's proceedings on Facebook Live.

​Passed

SESSIONAL ORDERS​Commenced 12.02 pm

Mr Constance moved new sessional orders

Proposed sessional orders 24 March 2020.pdf

​Passed

LEAVE OF ABSENCE​Commenced 12.03 pm

Mr Constance moved:

That leave of absence be granted to every Member of the Legislative Assembly, from the rising of the House this day to the date of its next sitting.

​Passed

SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS​Commenced 12.04 pm

To:

  1. Permit the introduction without notice forthwith and passage through all stages of:
    • COVID-19 Emergency Measures Bill; and
    • Treasury Legislation Amendment (COVID-19) Bill.
  2. Provide for the following routine of business for the remainder of the sitting:
    (a)     Government business;
    (b)     The Speaker to leave the Chair until the ringing of one long bell;
    (c)     Upon the Speaker resuming the Chair, consideration of any messages from the Legislative Council;
    (d)     Moving of a motion to amend the Days of Meeting; and
    (e)     The House to adjourn without motion moved.
Debate interrupted
SITTINGS INTERRUPTEDAt 12.08 pm

Due to technical difficulties.

House to resume at the ringing of one long bell.

SUSPENSION OF STANDING AND SESSIONAL ORDERS​Resumed 1.01 pm

To:

  1. Permit the introduction without notice forthwith and passage through all stages of:
    • COVID-19 Emergency Measures Bill; and
    • Treasury Legislation Amendment (COVID-19) Bill.
  2. Provide for the following routine of business for the remainder of the sitting:
    (a)     Government business;
    (b)     The Speaker to leave the Chair until the ringing of one long bell;
    (c)     Upon the Speaker resuming the Chair, consideration of any messages from the Legislative Council;
    (d)     Moving of a motion to amend the Days of Meeting; and
    (e)     The House to adjourn without motion moved.
Passed
COVID-19 LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (EMERGENCY MEASURES) BILL​Commenced 1.03 pm

​​Introduction

Second Reading speech

Second Reading debate

Passed
TREASURY LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (COVID-19) BILL​Commenced 1.34 pm

​​Introduction

​​Second Reading speech

Second Reading debate

Passed
​BETTER REGULATION AND CUSTOMER SERVICE LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (BUSHFIRE RELIEF) BILL
Commenced 1.56 pm
Second Reading debate

​Passed

​PAPERS​Commenced 2.10 pm

Speaker announced receipt of reports from Information and Privacy Commission, Law Enforcement Conduct Commission and NSW Domestic Violence Review Team.

Speaker tabled correspondence from Parliamentary Ethics Adviser.

Clerk reported receipt of Government Response to Committee Report.

​Commenced 2.11 pm
SITTINGS INTERRUPTEDAt 2.12 pm

Speaker left the Chair according to earlier resolution.

House to resume at the ringing of one long bell.

MESSAGES FROM THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL​Commenced 8.33 pm

​Agreeing to the Treasury Legislation Amendment (COVID-19) Bill and the Better Regulation and Customer Service Legislation Amendment (Bushfire Relief) Bill

​Returning the COVID-19 Legislation Amendment (Emergency Measures) Bill with amendments
COVID-19 LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (EMERGENCY MEASURES) BILL​Commenced 8.34 pm

consideration of LC amendments

 Agreed to
​Commenced 8.35 pm

Motion to amend sitting days and for the House to NOT sit on the following days:

  • March 25, 26 and 31,
  • April 1 and 2;
  • May 5, 6, 7, 12, 13 and 14;
  • June 2, 3, 4, 15, 16, 17 and 18;
  • August 4, 5 and 6

​Passed

​ADJOURNMENT​8.36 pm