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Running Record (06 August 2020)

 ​​​No. 50

Thursday 6 August 2020

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MEETING OF HOUSE

 Commenced 10.00 am

The President took the Chair, prayers read.

 

FORMAL BUSINESS ​ ​​Commenced 10.02 am
Item No.Member with carriageSubjectResult
​540​Mr Searle

​SO52—Order for papers—Clean Air for NSW

​Agreed to, as by leave amended

​610

​Mrs Ward

"Speak Out" campaign

​Agreed to

​611Mr Graham​

​SO52—Order for papers—Mobile phone offences by drivers

Agreed to, as by leave amended

​640

Mr Shoebridge

Sessional order—Privileges Committee and Independent Legal Arbiter Reports

​Agreed to, as by leave amended

​648​Mr Searle​Disputed claim of privilege—TAFE underpayments—Tabling of privileged documents​Agreed to

​649

​Mr Veitch

​Regulation Committee—Extension of reporting date

​Agreed to

​650

​Mr Borsak

​Portfolio Committee No. 5 – Legal Affairs—Extension of reporting date

Objection taken, not considered as formal business

​651

​Mrs Ward

​Mr Richard Balkin

​Agreed to

​652

​Mrs Ward

Parliamentary Friends of France

​Agreed to

​657

 Mr Shoebridge

​Disputed claim of privilege—Stronger Communities Fund—Tabling of privileged documents

​Agreed to

PAPERS—TABLED BY MINISTER / PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARYCommenced 10.08 am

Mr Tudehope tabled certain papers

 
COMMITTEE ON THE INDEPENDENT COMMISSION AGAINST CORRUPTION—REPORTCommenced 10.09 am

Mr Martin tabled report no. 2/57 entitled "Review of the 2018-2019 Annual Reports of the ICAC and the Inspector of the ICAC", dated August 2020

Motion of Mr Martin: That the House take note of the report

 

 

Debate adjourned until a later hour

DISPUTED CLAIM OF PRIVILEGE - TABLING OF PRIVILEGED DOCUMENTS

Commenced 10.10 am

The Clerk, according to resolution of the House this day, tabled documents identified as not privileged in the report of the Independent Legal Arbiter, the Honourable Keith Mason AC QC, dated 17 July 2020, on the disputed claim of privilege on documents relating to the Stronger Communities Fund.

The Clerk, according to resolution of the House this day, tabled documents identified as not privileged in the report of the Independent Legal Arbiter, the Honourable Keith Mason AC QC, dated 17 July 2020, on the disputed claim of privilege on documents relating to TAFE underpayments.

NOTICES OF MOTIONSCommenced 10.10 am
Notices given this day
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICECommenced 10.19 am
The President informed the House of the publication in today's Hansard of a written answer to a supplementary question without notice lodged with the Clerk since the last sitting of the House. 
STATEMENT BY PRESIDENT - BRIEFING ON MEMBERS' CODE OF CONDUCTCommenced 10.19 am

The President made a statement regarding a briefing on the Members' Code of Conduct

 
PERSONAL EXPLANATIONCommenced 10.19 am

Mr Harwin made a personal explanation

Commenced 10.23 am

​Mr Graham moved, according to contingent notice: That standing and sessional orders be suspended to allow a motion to be moved forthwith for censure of the Minister

​Agreed to
​Motion of Mr Graham: Censure of the Leader of the Government for failure to table papers

​Agreed to

Ayes: 22  / Noes: 16

(Division no. 1)

PETITIONCommenced 11.17 am

Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody – Mr Shoebridge, 3063 signatures

Petition received
GAS LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (MEDICAL GAS SYSTEMS) BILL 2020Commenced 11.18 am

​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Tudehope

Amendment circulated:

GOVT: c2020-109F

OPP: c2020-101P, c2020-113A

​Debate interrupted
According to sessional order, proceedings interrupted at 12.00 pm for Questions
QUESTIONSCommenced 12.00 pm

Commenced 1.01 pm

TAKE NOTE OF ANSWERS TO QUESTIONSCommenced 1.02 pm
​​Motion of Mr Secord: That the House take note of answers given this day, and answers received to questions on notice since the last sitting.
​Agreed to
Lunch1.33 pm - 3.00 pm
PAPERS TABLED BY MINISTERCommenced 3.00 pm

Mr Tudehope tabled the following statutory reports:

- Boarding House Act 2012 Statutory Review

- Biofuels Act 2007 Statutory Review


GAS LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (MEDICAL GAS SYSTEMS) BILL 2020Commenced 3.01 pm

​2nd Reading: Motion of Mr Tudehope

​Agreed to

​Motion of Mrs Maclaren-Jones: That the consideration in Committee of the Whole be set down or a later hour​Agreed to
DEFAMATION AMENDMENT BILL 2020Commenced 3.30 pm

​2nd Reading: Motion of Mrs Ward (on behalf of Mrs Mitchell)

​Agreed to
​3rd Reading: Motion of Msrs Ward

​Agreed to

Bill returned to the Legislative Assembly

 

WESTERN HARBOUR TUNNEL AND BEACHES LINK

Commenced 5.43 pm

​Mr Graham sought leave to move a motion, notice of which was given this day

Agreed to
​Mr Graham moved a motion relating to documents relating to the proposed Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link

​Agreed to

Ayes: 22  / Noes: 16

(Division no. 2)

 

PERSONAL EXPLANATIONCommenced 6.07 pm

Mrs Ward made a personal explanation

 

LONG BELLCommenced 6.10 pm

Mr Tudehope moved that the President leave the Chair until the ringing of a long bell

 

GAS LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (MEDICAL GAS SYSTEMS) BILL 2020Commenced 6.50 pm

Amendments circulated:

GOVT: c2020-120A

OPP: c2020-101R, c2020-113A

​Debate in progress
​Mr Buttigieg moved an instruction to the committee​Agreed to
​Consideration in committee of the whole
​Leave granted to take the bill as a whole
​Mr Mookhey, by leave, moved Opposition amendments nos 1-28 on c2020-101R in globo
​Mrs Maclaren-Jones moved Government amendment no. 1 on c2020-120A
​Question: That Opposition amendments nos 1-20 and 22-28 be agreed to​Agreed to
​Question: That Government amendment no. 1 on c2020-120A (amends OPP no. 21) be agreed to​Agreed to
​Question: That Opposition amendment no. 21 on c2020-101R, as amended, be agreed to​Agreed to
​Mr Mookhey moved Opposition amendment no. 1 on c2020-113A​Agreed to
​Bill, as amended

​Agreed to

Bill reported to House including amendment to long title

​3rd reading: Motion of Mrs Maclaren-Jones

​Agreed to

Bill returned to the Legislative Assembly with amendments

 

ADJOURNMENT​Commenced 7.15 pm
That the House do now adjourn: Motion of Mrs Maclaren-Jones

Agreed to.

The House adjourned at 7.45 pm until 15 September 2019 at 2.30 pm.