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Thursday, 29 November 2012
Page: 13942


Mr WINDSOR (New England) (13:33): by leave—I move amendments (1) to (13) as circulated in my name:

(1) Clause 13, page 16 (line 7), omit "2016", substitute "2018".

(2) Clause 13, page 16 (line 14), omit "2020", substitute "2022".

(3) Clause 13, page 16 (line 24), omit "2020", substitute "2022".

(4) Clause 13, page 16 (line 26), omit "2020", substitute "2022".

(5) Clause 13, page 16 (line 29), omit "2013", substitute "2014".

(6) Clause 15, page 17 (line 25), omit "2013", substitute "2014".

(7) Clause 15, page 17 (line 28), omit "2013", substitute "2014".

(8) Clause 17, page 18 (line 15), omit "2017", substitute "2019".

(9) Clause 17, page 18 (line 20), omit "2021", substitute "2023".

(10) Clause 17, page 18 (line 29), omit "2021", substitute "2023".

(11) Clause 17, page 18 (line 31), omit "2021", substitute "2023".

(12) Clause 17, page 19 (line 2), omit "2013", substitute "2014".

(13) Clause 51, page 42 (lines 12 to 14), omit paragraph (c), substitute:

   (c) the terms and conditions on which the precommitment system would be provided are reasonable including low cost, taking into account the matters prescribed by the regulations.

I spoke to these amendments earlier on, Deputy Speaker Georganas, so I will not take the time of the House now. I congratulate the member for Denison once again for bringing this issue once again to the House. He has been very passionate in relation to this particular issue. Even though it is probably not totally to his liking in terms of an outcome, there is no doubt in my mind that this issue would not have been addressed in the way it has been and that these amendments and this legislation will be accepted by the community generally. I pay regard to the member for Denison. I would also like to thank the member for Dobell for his assistance with the amendments and working with the various players in terms of trying to get some degree of consensus in relation to the legislation.