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Monday, 4 July 2011
Page: 7334


The SPEAKER: I have received five messages from the Senate informing the House of the appointment of senators to certain joint committees. As the list of appointments is a lengthy one, I do not propose to read the list to the House. Details will be recorded in the Votes and Proceedings.

The list read as follows—

In accordance with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001, Senator Thistlethwaite is to be appointed a member of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services;

In accordance with the Intelligence Services Act 2001, Senator Bishop is to be appointed a member of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security;

In accordance with the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement Act 2010, Senator Furner is to be appointed a member of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement;

In accordance with the Public Accounts and Audit Committee Act 1951, Senator Thistlethwaite is to be appointed a member of the Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit;

Senator Marshall is to be discharged from the Parliamentary Joint Committee on the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity and that, in accordance with the Law Enforcement Integrity Commissioner Act 2006, Senator Singh is to be appointed a member of the committee;

Senator Marshall is to be discharged from the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works and that, in accordance with the Public Works Committee Act 1969, Senators Gallacher and Urquhart are to be appointed members of the committee;

In accordance with the resolution agreed to by both Houses, Senators Crossin and Sterle are to be appointed members, and Senators Edwards, Fawcett and McKenzie are to be appointed participating members, of the Joint Select Committee on Australia's Immigration Detention Network;

In accordance with the resolution agreed to by both Houses, Senators Bilyk and Parry are to be appointed members of the Joint Select Committee on Cyber Safety;

In accordance with the resolution agreed to by both Houses, Senators Fawcett, McEwen, Parry and Stephens are to be appointed members of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade;

In accordance with the resolution agreed to by both Houses, Senators Edwards, Fawcett and McKenzie are to be appointed participating members of the Joint Select Committee on Gambling Reform;

In accordance with the resolution agreed to by both Houses, Senators Edwards, Fawcett and McKenzie are to be appointed participating members of the Joint Standing Committee on the National Broadband Network;

Senators Boyce and McEwen are to be discharged from the Joint Standing Committee on Migration and that, having been nominated in accordance with the resolution agreed to by both Houses, Senators Cash and Singh are to be appointed members of the committee;Senator Cameron is to be discharged from the Joint Standing Committee on the Parliamentary Library and that, having been nominated in accordance with the resolution agreed to by both Houses, Senators Humphries, Marshall, McKenzie and Singh are to be appointed members of the committee;

Senator Pratt is to be discharged from the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties and that, having been nominated in accordance with the resolution agreed to by both Houses, Senators Coonan, Singh, Thistlethwaite and Urquhart are to be appointed members of the committee; and

In accordance with the resolution agreed to by both Houses, senators are to be appointed to the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters for the committee's inquiry into funding of political parties and election campaigns as follows:

Senator Birmingham as a member; and Senators Edwards, Fawcett and McKenzie as participating members.