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Running Record (23 June 2022)

MEETING OF THE HOUSECommenced 10.00 am 

The President took the Chair, prayers read.

The President acknowledged the Gadigal clan of the Eora nation.



STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT - PHOTOGRAPH OF HOUSE IN SESSION Commenced: 10.11 am

The President reminded members that before the House proceeds, an official photograph will be taken of members and officers of the Legislative Council. 



STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT - BICENTENARY OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL - THE IMMORTALSCommenced : 10.14 am

The President made a statement regarding the Bicentenary of the Legislative Council.



FORMAL BUSINESS ​ ​

Commenced: 10.17 am
Item No.Member with carriageSubjectResult
​1661
Ms Sharpe
World Frog Day 2022
​Agreed to
1732
​Ms Boyd
World Day for Laboratory Animals 2022
​Objection taken
1737
​Ms Sharpe
World Aquatic Animal Day 2022
​Agreed to
1815
Ms Boyd
World Day for Combat Desertification and Drought 2022
​Objection taken
1816
​Ms Boyd
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2022
​Objection taken
1817
​Ms Sharpe 
Platypus protection and conservation
​Objection taken
1840
Ms Sharpe 
World Environment Day 2022
​Objection taken
1869
​Ms Sharpe
World Parrot Day 2022
​Objection taken
1870
​Ms Boyd
LBTQ Domestic Violence Awareness Day 2022
​Agreed to
1871
​Ms Boyd
Young people and the pandemic national survey
​Agreed to
1872
Ms Boyd
International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict 2022
​Agreed to
1882
Ms Sharpe 
Plastic Bag Free Day 2022
​Objection taken
​1905
​Ms Sharpe 
World Female Ranger Week 2022
​Objection taken
​1906
​Ms Sharpe 
World Nature Conservation Day 2022
​Objection taken


NOTICES OF MOTIONSCommenced: 10.18 am
Notices given this day 


BUSINESS POSTPONEDCommenced: 10.23 am
Business of the House notice of motion no. 1: Motion of Ms Faehrmann
Postponed until next sitting day
Business of the House notice of motion no. 4: Motion of Ms Boyd
​Postponed until the next sitting day
The Matter of Public Importance relating to the State Infrustructure Strategy 2022-2042: Motion of Mr Graham
Postponed to ​11 August 2022

WRITTEN ANSWER TO A SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTION WITHOUT NOTICECommenced 10.24 am 

The President informed the House of the publication in today's Hansard of a written answer to a supplementary question lodged with the Clerk since the last sitting of the House.


CONDUCT OF BUSINESS

Commenced 10.25 am 

​Mr Tudehope moved that standing and sessional orders be suspended to allow the moving of a motion forthwith relating to the conduct of business of the House.

​Agreed to 
​Mr Tudehope moved: That:

(1) notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the standing and sessional orders the following items of Government business take precedence of business of the House and the MPI listed on the Notice Paper this day:
(a) the ICAC and LECC Legislation Amendment Bill 2022,
(b) the Bail Amendment Bill 2022, and and
 c) Appropriation Bill 2022 and Cognates.

(2) That not withstanding anything contrary in the standing and sessional orders following their first reading and being declared urgent the Appropriation Bill 2022 and Appropriation Parliament Bill 2022 proceed through their remaining stages in cognate and that the State Revenue Legislation Amendment Bill 2022 proceed through remaining stages as a single Bill.

​Agreed to 

ICAC and LECC Legislation Amendment Bill 2022Commenced: 10.27 am

Resumption of 2nd Reading debate


Amendment One Nation
PHON c-2022-117D

Mr Robert by leave withdrew the amendment as read 
​Agreed to 
​Moved that the bill be read a 3rd time
Agreed to 

Returned to the Assembly 
BAIL AMENDMENT BILL 2022 Commenced 10:48 am 

2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Mallard on behalf of Ms Ward

Amendments circulated:

GRNS c2022-126A


​Debate in progress 



​Debate interrupted
According to sessional order, proceedings interrupted at 12:00 pm for Questions
QUESTIONSCommenced 12:00 pm
Lunch1.30 pm - 3.00 pm
BAIL AMENDMENT BILL 2022 Commenced 3:00 pm 

Resumption 2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Mallard on behalf of Ms Ward

Amendments circulated:

GRNS c2022-125A

GRNS c2022-126A


Agreed to 

Ayes: 35  / Noes: 6

(Division no. 1)


​Consideration in Committee of the Whole


​Leave granted to take the bill as a whole 
​Agreed to 
Ms Higginson moved ​amendment no. 1 on sheet   c2022-125A
​Negatived 
Ms Higginson moved ​amendment no. 1 on sheet 2  c2022-126A
Negatived 


Ayes: 5   / Noes: 35

(Division no.1 in Committee of the whole)


​Bill be read agreed to 
​Agreed to 
3rd Reading: Motion of Mr Mallard on behalf of Ms Ward 
Agreed to 

BILLS FORWARDED FROM THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLYCommenced 4:37 pm 

​The President reported receipt of a message from the Legislative Assembly forwarding the following cognate bills for concurrence:

Appropriation Bill 2022 

Appropriation (Parliament) Bill 2022 

State Revenue Legislation Amendment Bill 2022 

 

​​1st Reading and printing: Motion of Mr Tudehope

​Agreed to. 
Motion of Mr Tudehope: Bills be declared urgent bills
​Agreed to. 
​Mr Tudehope moved: That the 2nd reading of the State Revenue Legislation Amendment Bill 2022 be set down for a later hour of the sitting.
​Agreed to. 2nd reading to be considered at a later hour
​Mr Tudehope moved: That the Appropriation Bill 2022 and the Appropriation (Parliament) Bill 2022 be now read a second time. 
Agreed to.
​3rd Reading: Motion of Mr Tudehope.
​Agreed to.
Returned to the Legislative Assmbly with no amendment.
​Mr Tudehope moved: That the State Revenue Legislation Amendment Bill 2022 be now read a second time.
Agreed to.
​3rd Reading: Motion of Mr Tudehope.
​Agreed to.
Returned to the Legislative Assmbly with no amendment.

Dinner7.47 pm - 8.17 pm

RETURN TO ORDERCommenced 8.17 pm

The Clerk announced receipt of a return to order received since the last sitting of the House: 

(1)  Transport assets and workforce.




PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY COMMITTEE—REFERENCE

Commenced 8.18 pm

​Ms Faehrmann reported that the Public Accountability Committee resolved to adopt an inquiry into the appointment of Mr Barilaro as Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner to the Americas.



DISALLOWANCE OF STATUTORY RULE—CRIMES AMENDMENT (MAJOR FACILITIES) REGULATION 2022Commenced 8.20 pm
​Business of the House Notice of Motion no. 2: Motion of Ms Boyd

Ayes: 6  / Noes: 27

(Division no. 2)

Question resolved in the negative.


ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICECommenced 9.14 pm
The President informed the House of the publication in today's Hansard of answers to questions without notice lodged with the Clerk since the last sitting of the House. 


DISALLOWANCE OF STATUTORY RULE—ROADS AMENDMENT (MAJOR ROADS) REGULATION 2022Commenced 9.15 pm
​Business of the House Notice of Motion no. 3: Motion of Ms Boyd

​Ayes: 6  / Noes: 27

(Division no. 3)

Question resolved in the negative.


SPECIAL ADJOURNMENT

 Commenced 9.20 pm

Motion of Mr Tudehope: That this House at its rising today do adjourn until Tuesday 9 August 2022 at 2.30 pm unless the President, or if the President is unable to act on account of illness or other cause, the Deputy President, prior to that date, by communication addressed to each member of the House, fixes an alternative day or hour of meeting.

The House adjourned at 9.48 pm until 9 August 2022 at 2.30 pm.