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BUSINESS ACCORDED PRIORITY FOR THIS SITTING

10.10 AM TO 12 NOON

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BUSINESS

Notices

         1    Mr C. Kelly : To present a Bill for an Act to protect the right of Australians to make their own health decisions in relation to COVID vaccination, and for related purposes. ( No Domestic COVID Vaccine Passports Bill 2021 )

              ( Notice given 26 May 2021. Time allowed—10 minutes. )

         2    Mr Watts : To present a Bill for an Act to require the reporting of ransomware payments to the Australian Cyber Security Centre, and for related purposes. ( Ransomware Payments Bill 2021 )

              ( Notice given 15 June 2021. Time allowed—10 minutes. )

         3    Mr Christensen : To present a Bill for an Act to protect children born alive (including as a result of terminations), and for related purposes. ( Human Rights (Children Born Alive Protection) Bill 2021 )

              ( Notice given 15 June 2021. Time allowed—10 minutes. )

         4    Mr Katter : To present a Bill for an Act to require the repatriation of Defence data to sovereign Australian storage facilities, and for related purposes. ( Repatriation of Defence Data Bill 2021 )

              ( Notice given 15 June 2021. Time allowed—10 minutes. )

      ‡5    Mr Wilkie : To present a Bill for an Act to amend the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 , and for related purposes. ( Commonwealth Electoral Amendment (Cleaning up Political Donations) Bill 2021 )

              ( Notice given 15 June 2021. See also page 6. )

    †6    Mr Thompson : To move—That this House commends the Government on the delivery of the 2021-22 budget, and in particular the measures to incentivise business investment, including:

(1)         extending temporary full expensing;

(2)         extending loss carry-back measures; and

(3)         establishing a ‘patent box’ for the biotechnology and medical technology sectors.

              ( Notice given 15 June 2021. Time allowed—30 minutes. )

    †7    Mr Bowen : To move—That this House:

(1)         recognises that the Assyrian people, who are Christian by religion, are an original and Indigenous people of Iraq and encourages the Iraqi Government to reflect this in the Constitution of Iraq;

(2)         notes the aspirations of the Assyrian and Chaldean people for the establishment of an autonomous region in the Nineveh Plains and welcomes the in-principle agreement of the Iraqi Government to this request in 2016;

(3)         being aware of the Assyrian aspirations for the establishment of an autonomous province, calls on the Iraqi Government to take all appropriate steps to protect the human rights of minorities, including the Assyrian Christian people, and to support the continuation of their linguistic, cultural and religious traditions;

(4)         reaffirms the rights of Christian and other minorities of Iraq to live in peace and freedom and calls for all steps to be taken to ensure that members of the affected communities can live in freedom in Iraq; and

(5)         calls on the Turkish Government to immediately cease its military campaign in civilian areas of northern Iraq which has resulted in the evacuation of dozens of Assyrian villages and the displacement of thousands of Assyrians.

              ( Notice given 15 June 2021. Time allowed—remaining private Members’ business time prior to 12 noon. )