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Tuesday, 26 June 2001
Page: 28574


Mr NEHL (4:37 PM) —I present the report of the Selection Committee relating to the consideration of committee and delegation reports and private members business on Monday, 6 August 2001. The report will be printed in today's Hansard and the items accorded priority for debate will be published in the Notice Paper for the next sitting.

The report read as follows—

Report relating to the consideration of committee and delegation reports and private Members' business on Monday, 6 August 2001

Pursuant to standing order 331, the Selection Committee has determined the order of precedence and times to be allotted for consideration of committee and delegation reports and private Members' business on Monday, 6 August 2001. The order of precedence and the allotments of time determined by the Committee are shown in the list.

COMMITTEE AND DELEGATION REPORTS

Presentation and statements

1 Treaties—Joint Standing Committee: Extradition: a review of Australia's law and policy.

The Committee determined that statements on the report may be made—all statements to conclude by 12.50 p.m.

Speech time limits —

Each Member —5 minutes.

[Proposed Members speaking = 4 x 5 mins]

PRIVATE MEMBERS' BUSINESS

Order of precedence

Notices

1 Mr Beazley: To present a Bill for an Act to require government advertising to meet minimum standards with respect to objectivity, fairness and accountability, and to prohibit the expenditure of taxpayers' money on advertising which promotes party political interests. (Government Advertising (Objectivity, Fairness and Accountability) Bill 2001 —Notice given 18 June 2001.)

Presenter may speak for a period not exceeding 15 minutes —pursuant to sessional order 104A.

2 Mr Secker: To move—That this House:

(1) expresses its support for the development of the Kokoda Track as a National Memorial Park; and

(2) calls on the Government to:

(a) support and fund the construction of an all weather road from Kokoda to Ower's Corner, and of educational memorials at each of the battle sites along the Track;

(b) commemorate the 60th anniversary of our brave armed forces campaign with an Anzac Day Dawn Service in 2002 at Ower's Corner; and

(c) establish a project team to oversee these matters, consisting of representatives of the Departments of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Foreign Affairs, Defence, Veterans' Affairs and Environment and Heritage. (Notice given 5 April 2001.)

Time allotted —private Members' business time prior to 1.45 p.m.

Speech time limits —

Mover of motion —10 minutes.

First Opposition Member speaking —10 minutes.

Other Members —5 minutes each.

[Proposed Members speaking = 2 x 10 mins, 4 x 5 mins]

The Committee determined that consideration of this matter should continue on a future day.

3 Ms Hall: To move—That this House:

(1) condemns the Government for failing to ensure that residents in nursing homes receive an adequate standard of personal medical care;

(2) notes the concerns of the families of nursing home residents and workers in the aged care industry about the impact of the Government's aged care policy on nursing home standards and care; and

(3) calls on the Government to review its aged care policy to ensure that the wellbeing of nursing homes is paramount and not secondary to government savings. (Notice given 29 November 2000.)

Time allotted —30 minutes.

Speech time limits —

Mover of motion —10 minutes.

First Government Member speaking —10 minutes.

Other Members —5 minutes each.

[Proposed Members speaking = 2 x 10 mins, 2 x 5 mins]

The Committee determined that consideration of this matter should continue on a future day.

4 Mrs Hull: To move—That this House:

(1) acknowledges the financial difficulties being experienced by certain sectors of the citrus industry;

(2) recognises in particular those difficulties being experienced by the arid zone regions of southern Australia in the Riverina, Murray Valley and Riverland in particular reference to oranges;

(3) commends orange growers for their willingness to engage in structural reform moving away from valencias for the juice concentrate markets towards markets for fresh fruit;

(4) commends the industry for its huge effort in the export of navel oranges; and

(5) calls for financial and export enhancement assistance to this significant industry in the arid zones of rural Australia. (Notice given 25 June 2001.)

Time allotted —remaining private Members' business time.

Speech time limits —

Mover of motion —10 minutes.

First Opposition Member speaking —10 minutes.

Other Members —5 minutes each.

[Proposed Members speaking = 2 x 10 mins, 2 x 5 mins]