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Wednesday, 17 November 2004
Page: 110


Senator ALLISON (3:41 PM) —I move:

(1) That so much of standing orders be suspended as would prevent this resolution having effect.

(2) That the following bills be restored to the Notice Paper and that consideration of each of the bills be resumed at the stage reached in the last session of the Parliament:

Anti-Genocide Bill 1999 [2002]

Charter of Political Honesty Bill 2000 [2002]

Constitution Alteration (Appropriations for the Ordinary Annual Services of the Government) 2001 [2002]

Constitution Alteration (Electors' Initiative, Fixed Term Parliaments and Qualification of Members) 2000 [2002]

Defence Amendment (Parliamentary approval for Australian involvement in overseas conflicts) Bill 2003

Electoral Amendment (Political Honesty) Bill 2003

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Amendment (Invasive Species) Bill 2002

Euthanasia Laws (Repeal) Bill 2004

Financial Management and Accountability (Anti-Restrictive Software Practices) Amendment Bill 2003

Freedom of Information Amendment (Open Government) Bill 2003

Genetic Privacy and Non-discrimination Bill 1998 [2002]

Ministers of State (Post-Retirement Employment Restrictions) Bill 2002

National Animal Welfare Bill 2003

Patents Amendment Bill 1996 [2002]

Parliamentary Approval of Treaties Bill 1995 [2002]

Public Interest Disclosure (Protection of Whistleblowers) Bill 2002

Reconciliation Bill 2001 [2002]

Republic (Consultation of the People) Bill 2001 [2002]

Sexuality Anti-Vilification Bill 2003

Sexuality and Gender Identity Discrimination Bill 2003

State Elections (One Vote, One Value) Bill 2001 [2002]

Textbook Subsidy Bill 2003

Uranium Mining in or near Australian World Heritage Properties (Prohibition) Bill 1998 [2002]

Workplace Relations Amendment (Paid Maternity Leave) Bill 2002.

Question agreed to.