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Order of Business 30/03/2022



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Senate Order of Business

No. 139 : Wednesday, 30 March 2022

At 9.30 am

1             Prayers and acknowledgement of country

2            Documents to be presented —pursuant to so61

(Consideration at item 16)

3            Tabling of documents by Clerk

4            Committees —proposed meetings to be authorised

Environment and Communications Legislation Committee—today

5            Government business

Notice of motion

1      Minister for Emergency Management and National Recovery and Resilience ( Senator McKenzie )—Introduction of Road Vehicle Standards (Consequential and Transitional Provisions) Amendment Bill 2022

Orders of the day

1      Advances provided under the annual Appropriations Acts—Report for 2020-21—consideration

#     Appropriation Bill (No. 3) 2021-2022

Appropriation Bill (No. 4) 2021-2022 (subject to introduction)

#     Supply Bill (No. 1) 2022-2023

Supply Bill (No. 2) 2022-2023

Supply (Parliamentary Departments) Bill (No. 1) 2022-2023 (subject to introduction and exemption)

2      Treasury Laws Amendment (Cyclone and Flood Damage Reinsurance Pool) Bill 2022 —second reading debate and amendment moved by Senator McKim

#     Road Vehicle Standards (Consequential and Transitional Provisions) Amendment Bill 2022 (subject to introduction and exemption)

#     Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure Protection) Bill 2022 (subject to introduction)

3      Mitochondrial Donation Law Reform (Maeve’s Law) Bill 2021 —in committee

At 12.15 pm

6            Senators’ statements

At 1.30 pm

7             2 minute statements

At 2 pm

8            Questions

9            Motions to take note of answers

10         Petitions

11          Notices of motion

Chair of the Standing Committee for the Scrutiny of Delegated Legislation ( Senator Fierravanti-Wells ) to withdraw business of the Senate notices nos 1 and 5 for 12 sitting days after today

12         Placing of business

Postponements to be authorised

Committees—extensions of time to be authorised

13         Condolence motion—Death of former minister

President to inform the Senate of the death of the Honourable Moses Henry (Moss) Cass, a former minister and member of the House of Representatives for the division of Maribyrnong, Victoria

Leader of the Government in the Senate ( Senator Birmingham ), by leave, to move a motion of condolence

14         Formal motions

Business of the Senate

5          Leader of the Australian Greens in the Senate ( Senator Waters )—Disallowance of the Industry Research and Development (Underwriting New Generation Investments Program) Instrument 2021

6         Senator Hanson-Young —Reference to Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee (Agriculture Biodiversity Stewardship Market Bill 2022)

Government business

2          Attorney-General ( Senator Cash )—Introduction of Privacy Legislation Amendment (Enhancing Online Privacy and Other Measures) Bill 2022

General business

1317     Senator Watt —Order for production of documents—Cyclone and related flood damage reinsurance pool

1324    Senator Whish-Wilson —Order for production of documents—Great Barrier Reef—UNESCO and IUCN reactive monitoring mission

1325    Senator Whish-Wilson —Order for production of documents—Community Development Grant award—Gravelly Beach Structure Plan

1328    Senator Hanson-Young —Order for production of documents—Beetaloo Basin

Further general business notices of motion are listed on the Notice Paper

15         Proposed MPI or urgency motion

[Time limit: 60 minutes]

16         Consideration of documents tabled today, see page 5

[Time limit: 30 minutes]

17         Tabling and consideration of committee reports and government responses

Additional estimates information ( Government Whip )

Standing Committee for the Scrutiny of Bills—Reports ( Opposition Whip )—

Annual report for 2021

Scrutiny digest 3 of 2022

Standing Committee for the Scrutiny of Delegated Legislation—Delegated legislation monitor 4 of 2022 ( Senator Fierravanti-Wells )

Standing Committee on Appropriations, Staffing and Security—64th report—Estimates for the Department of the Senate 2022-23 ( President )

Community Affairs References Committee—Interim report—GP and related primary health services ( Senator Rice )

Economics References Committee—Report—Unlawful underpayment of employees’ remuneration ( Senator Chisholm )

Select Committee on Job Security—Final report ( Senator Sheldon )

Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee—Report—Anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regime ( Opposition Whip )

Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee—Interim report—Australia’s general aviation industry ( Senator McDonald )

Parliamentary Joint Committee on the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity—Report—Examination of the annual report of the Integrity Commissioner 2020-21 ( Senator McLachlan )

Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services—Additional information—Oversight of ASIC, the Takeovers Panel and the Corporations Legislation—No. 1 of the 46th Parliament ( Government Whip )

Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade—

First periodic report on human rights ( Senator Fawcett )

Expanding the membership of the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership—Report ( Senator Fawcett )

PFAS remediation in and around Defence bases—Final report ( Senator McMahon )

Strengthening Australia’s relationships with countries in the Pacific region—Report ( Senator Fawcett )

[Time limit per speaker: 10 minutes

Total time limit for all motions: 60 minutes]

18         Ministerial statements

19         Committee memberships

20        Messages

Bills for concurrence—

Appropriation Bill (No. 3) 2021-2022

Appropriation Bill (No. 4) 2021-2022

Supply Bill (No. 1) 2022-2023

Supply Bill (No. 2) 2022-2023

Supply (Parliamentary Departments) Bill (No. 1) 2022-2023

Australian Research Council Amendment Bill 2021

Criminal Code Amendment (Firearms Trafficking) Bill 2022

Migration Amendment (Strengthening the Character Test) Bill 2021

Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure Protection) Bill 2022

Bills agreed to without amendment—

Courts and Tribunals Legislation Amendment (2021 Measures No. 1) Bill 2021

Electoral Legislation Amendment (Authorisations) Bill 2022

Electoral Legislation Amendment (COVID Enfranchisement) Bill 2022

Electoral Legislation Amendment (Foreign Influences and Offences) Bill 2022

Parliamentary Workplace Reform (Set the Standard Measures No. 1) Bill 2022

Joint Select Committee on Parliamentary Standards—Agreeing to Senate resolution

21         Business to be considered

Business of the Senate notices of motion

1      Leader of the Australian Greens in the Senate ( Senator Waters )—Disallowance of the Carbon Credits (Carbon Farming Initiative) Amendment (Carbon Capture and Storage Projects) Rule 2021

2      Leader of the Australian Greens in the Senate ( Senator Waters )—Disallowance of the Carbon Credits (Carbon Farming Initiative—Carbon Capture and Storage) Methodology Determination 2021

3      Senator Rice —Reference to Environment and Communications References Committee (Protection of Australia’s native forests and wildlife)

4      Leader of the Australian Greens in the Senate ( Senator Waters )—Disallowance of the Industry Research and Development (Carbon Capture, Use and Storage Hubs and Technologies Program) Instrument 2021

5      Leader of the Australian Greens in the Senate ( Senator Waters ) Disallowance of the Industry Research and Development (Underwriting New Generation Investments Program) Instrument 2021

6      Senator Hanson-Young —Reference to Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport Legislation Committee (Agriculture Biodiversity Stewardship Market Bill 2022)

Government business continued (see item 5)

22        Adjournment proposed —7.20 pm

23        Adjournment —not later than 8 pm

 

 

Richard Pye

Clerk of the Senate

Documents

For debate at item 16

Document presented by the President

1      Fair Work Act 2009 —Quarterly reports by the Commonwealth Ombudsman for the period 1 July to 30 September 2021.

Government documents

2      Crimes Act 1914 —Controlled operations—Report for 2020-21.

3      Regional Telecommunications Independent Review Committee—2021 Regional Telecommunications Review: A step change in demand—

Report.

Government response, dated 30 March 2022.

4     Treaty—Free Trade Agreement between Australia and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Adelaide, 17 December 2021 and London, 16 December 2021)—Text, together with associated documents.