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26    Finance— Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry—Royal Commission—Publication of submissions

Senator Anning amended general business notice of motion » no.   1224 by leave and, pursuant to notice of « motion » not objected to as a formal « motion » , moved—That the Senate requests the Financial Services Royal Commission to seek consent from each of the 10,000 people who have made submissions, and then where consent is granted, publish consented submissions on a public website (with the usual « privacy » considerations), so that the public will be able to check that the Royal Commission’s report in February 2019 will have dealt with all the issues raised by the public.

Statement by leave : The Assistant Minister for International Development and the Pacific (Senator Ruston), by leave, made a statement relating to the « motion » .

Question put.

The Senate divided—

AYES, 27

Senators—

Anning

Hanson-Young

O’Neill

« Steele » - « John

Carr

Ketter

Polley

Sterle

Chisholm

Kitching

Pratt

Urquhart*

Collins

McAllister

Rice

Waters

Di Natale

McCarthy

Siewert

Watt

Gallacher

McKim

Singh

Whish-Wilson

Georgiou

Moore

Smith, David

 

 

 

NOES, 24

Senators—

Birmingham

Fifield

McGrath

Scullion

Brockman

Griff

McKenzie

Seselja

Bushby*

Hinch

Molan

Smith, Dean

Canavan

Hume

Patrick

Stoker

Colbeck

Leyonhjelm

Reynolds

Storer

Fierravanti-Wells

Macdonald

Ruston

Williams

* Tellers

Question agreed to.