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COMMITTEES--CHANGES IN MEMBERSHIP

The Acting Deputy President (Senator Herron) informed the Senate that

the President had received a letter requesting changes in the membership

of various committees.

The Minister for Family Services (Senator Crowley), by leave,

moved--That Senators be appointed to and discharged from committees as

follows:

Publications Committee (standing order 22)

Discharged: Senator Denman

Appointed: Senator Neal.

Estimates committees (standing order 26)

Estimates Committee B

Appointed: Senator McKiernan to replace Senator Christopher Evans

on 18 March 1994 only.

Estimates Committee D

Discharged: Senator Loosley

Appointed: Senator Neal

Senator Christopher Evans to replace Senator Coates for the

period 18 March to 19 April 1994.

Estimates Committee F

Appointed: Senator Zakharov to replace Senator Cooney for the

period 17 March to 3 May 1994.

Joint Committee of Public Accounts

Senator Denman be discharged from further attendance on the Joint

Committee of Public Accounts and Senator Neal, having been duly

appointed in accordance with the provisions of the Public Accounts

Committee Act 1951, be appointed a member of the committee.

Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Securities

Senator McKiernan be discharged from further attendance on the

Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Securities and

Senator Neal, having been duly nominated in accordance with the

provisions of the Australian Securities Commission Act 1989, be

appointed a member committee.

Joint Select Committee on Certain Family Law Issues

Senator McKiernan be discharged from further attendance on the

Joint Select Committee on Certain Family Law Issues and that

Senator Neal, having been duly nominated in accordance with the

resolution agreed to by both Houses, be appointed a member of the

committee.

Question put and passed.