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Wednesday, 26 June 2013
Page: 7178

Mr BANDT (Melbourne) (17:45): Speaker, I do not want to take up the House's time but I seek clarity. My understanding is that, despite what the member for Kennedy has said, the amendments he has moved and was speaking to are (2) to (4), which are about no labour market testing, and that separately after this we will have a division on (1) and (5), which is the cap and disclosure.

The SPEAKER: That is my understanding of how we have set out the procedure. We are dealing with amendments (2) to (4) and after we have done that we will go on to the next amendments, (1) and (5). So the amendments on no labour market testing are the first to be moved.

Mr Katter interjecting

The SPEAKER: I thank the member for Kennedy. I hope that clarifies it for the member for Melbourne. The question is that the amendments be agreed to.

Mr Katter interjecting

The SPEAKER: You do not need to apologise for the processes of the parliament. Nobody needs to apologise for the processes of the parliament.

A division having been called and the bells having been rung—

The SPEAKER: As there are fewer than five members on the side for the ayes in this division, I declare the question negatived in accordance with standing order 127. The names of those members who are in the minority will be recorded in the Votes and Proceedings.

Question negatived, Mr Katter, Mr Wilkie and Mr Bandt voting aye.