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Friday, 16 March 2012
Page: 1985


Senator JACINTA COLLINS (VictoriaManager of Government Business in the Senate and Parliamentary Secretary for School Education and Workplace Relations) (09:02): by leave—I move:

That senators be discharged from and appointed to committees as follows:

Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity—Joint Statutory Committee--

   Discharged--Senator Macdonald

   Appointed--Cash

Human Rights—Joint Statutory Committee--

   Appointed--Senators Edwards and Humphries

Law Enforcement—Joint Statutory Committee--

   Discharged--Senator Mason

   Appointed--Senator Nash

National Broadband Network--Joint Standing Committee--

   Discharged--Senator Stephens

   Appointed--

      Senator Gallacher

      Participating member: Senator Stephens

Regulations and Ordinances—Standing Committee—

   Discharged--Senator Ronaldson

   Appointed--Senator Colbeck

Scrutiny of Bills--Standing Committee--

   Discharged--Senator Fifield

   Appointed--Senator Macdonald.

Question agreed to.

Messages received from the House of Representatives informing the Senate of the appointment of Mr Jenkins, Ms Parke, Mr Kelvin Thomson, Mr Wyatt and Mr Tehan to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights; the appointment of Mr Laurie Ferguson to the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties in place of Ms Bird; the appointment of Ms O'Neill to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services in place of Mr Ripoll; the appointment os Ms Hall to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Works in place of Mr Ripoll; the appointment of Mr Mitchell to the Joint Standing Committee on the National Broadband Network in place of Mrs D'Ath; the appointment of Ms Brodtmann to the Joint Select Committee on Gambling Reform in place of Mr champion; the appointment of Mr McClelland to the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade in place of Mr Byrne; and the appointment of Mr Rudd to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligance and Security in place of Mr Melham.