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MARINE ENGINEERS QUALIFICATIONS BILL 2013 (NO. 2)

Senator Williams, pursuant to notice, moved general business notice of motion no. 1309—That the following bill be introduced:

 A Bill for an Act relating to maritime safety to ensure the maintenance of standards of training and certification of marine engineers.

Question put and passed.

Senator Williams presented the bill and moved—That this bill may proceed without formalities and be now read a first time.

Question put and passed.

Bill read a first time.

Senator Williams moved—That this bill be now read a second time.

Explanatory memorandum: Senator Williams, by leave, tabled an explanatory memorandum relating to the bill.

Debate ensued.

Closure: Senator McKenzie moved—That the question be now put.

Question—That the question be now put—put.


The Senate divided—

AYES, 31

Senators—

Back

Bernardi

Boswell

Boyce

Bushby

Cash

Colbeck

Cormann

Edwards

Eggleston

Fawcett

Fierravanti-Wells

Fifield

Heffernan

Humphries

Johnston

Joyce

Kroger (Teller)

Macdonald

Mason

McKenzie

Nash

Parry

Payne

Ronaldson

Ruston

Ryan

Sinodinos

Smith

Williams

Xenophon

NOES, 36

Senators—

Bilyk

Bishop

Brown

Cameron

Carr, Bob

Carr, Kim

Collins

Di Natale

Faulkner

Feeney

Furner

Gallacher

Hanson-Young

Hogg

Lines

Ludlam

Ludwig

Lundy

Marshall

McEwen (Teller)

McLucas

Milne

Moore

Polley

Pratt

Rhiannon

Siewert

Singh

Stephens

Sterle

Thistlethwaite

Thorp

Urquhart

Waters

Whish-Wilson

Wright

Question negatived.

Debate continued.

Closure: Senator Scullion moved—That the question be now put.

Question—That the question be now put—put.

The Senate divided—

AYES,39


Senators—
AbetzEgglestonLudlamRyan
BackFawcettMacdonaldScullion
BirminghamFierravanti-WellsMasonSiewert
BoswellFifieldMcKenzieSinodinos
Bushby (Teller)Hanson-YoungMilneSmith
CashHeffernanNashWaters
ColbeckHumphriesParryWhish-Wilson
CormannJohnstonPayneWilliams
Di NataleJoyceRhiannonWright
EdwardsKrogerRuston

NOES, 26


Senators—
BilykCrossinLundyStephens
BishopFaulknerMcEwenSterle
BrownFeeneyMcLucasThistlethwaite
CameronFurnerMooreThorp
Carr, BobGallacherPolley (Teller)Urquhart
Carr, KimLinesPratt
CollinsLudwigSingh

Question agreed to.

Question—That this bill be now read a second time—put.


The Senate divided—

AYES,39


Senators—
AbetzEgglestonLudlamRyan
BackFawcettMacdonaldScullion
BirminghamFierravanti-WellsMasonSiewert
BoswellFifieldMcKenzieSinodinos
Bushby (Teller)Hanson-YoungMilneSmith
CashHeffernanNashWaters
ColbeckHumphriesParryWhish-Wilson
CormannJohnstonPayneWilliams
Di NataleJoyceRhiannonWright
EdwardsKrogerRuston

NOES, 27


Senators—
BilykCrossinLundySingh
BishopFaulknerMarshallStephens
BrownFeeneyMcEwenSterle
CameronFurnerMcLucasThistlethwaite
Carr, BobGallacherMooreThorp
Carr, KimLinesPolley (Teller)Urquhart
CollinsLudwigPratt

Question agreed to.

Bill read a second time.

No amendments to the bill were circulated and no senator required that it be considered in committee.

On the motion of Senator Williams the bill was read a third time.