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HOURS OF MEETING AND ROUTINE OF BUSINESS—VARIATION—PROPOSED SUSPENSION OF STANDING ORDERS

Leave refused: The Leader of the Government in the Senate (Senator Abetz) sought leave to move a motion relating to the hours of meeting and routine of business for today.

An objection was raised and leave was not granted.

Proposed suspension of standing orders: Senator Abetz, pursuant to contingent notice, moved—That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent him moving a motion to provide for the consideration of a matter, namely a motion to give precedence to a motion to vary the hours of meeting and routine of business for today.


Debate ensued.

Question put.

The Senate divided—

AYES,31


Senators—
AbetzColbeckJohnstonRonaldson
BernardiCormannKroger (Teller)Ruston
BirminghamEdwardsMadiganRyan
BoswellEgglestonMasonSeselja
BoyceFawcettMcKenzieSinodinos
BrandisFierravanti-WellsNashSmith
BushbyFifieldParryWilliams
CashHeffernanPayne

NOES, 36


Senators—
BilykFaulknerMilneStephens
BrownFurnerMooreSterle
CameronGallacherO'NeillThorp
CarrHanson-YoungPerisTillem
CollinsLinesPolleyUrquhart (Teller)
ConroyLudlamPrattWaters
DastyariLudwigRhiannonWhish-Wilson
Di NataleLundySiewertWong
FarrellMcLucasSinghWright

Question negatived.