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BUSINESS ACCORDED PRIORITY FOR Monday, 22 November 2021

PURSUANT TO STANDING ORDERS 34 AND 35

10.10 AM TO 12 NOON

PRIVATE MEMBERS’ BUSINESS

Notices

         1    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. Time allowed—10 minutes. )

         2    Mr Leeser : To present a Bill for an Act to amend the law relating to telecommunications, and for related purposes. ( Telecommunications Reform (Telstra, NBN and Other Providers) Bill 2021 )

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

         3    Mr Albanese : To present a Bill for an Act to give Australian workers the right to same job, same pay, and for related purposes. ( Fair Work Amendment (Same Job, Same Pay) Bill 2021 )

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

         4    Ms Sharkie : To present a Bill for an Act to amend the Customs Act 1901 , and for related purposes. ( Customs Amendment (Banning Goods Produced By Forced Labour) Bill 2021 (No. 2) )

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

    †5    Mr Vasta : To move—That this House:

(1)        notes that the Government’s support for child care helped Australian families during the height of the coronavirus pandemic and continues to support families as our economy grows;

(2)        further notes that the latest data shows more than $3 billion has been provided through the pandemic to keep services viable, staff in work and children in care;

(3)        recognises that women’s workforce participation has reached a record high of 61.8 per cent; and

(4)        further recognises that the Government is investing more than $10.3 billion in the child care system this year, helping more than 1.2 million families.

              ( Notice given 23 June 2021.  Time allowed—30 minutes. )

    †6    Mr Husic : To move—That this House:

(1)        recognises that 2021 marks 75 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Australia and the Philippines;

(2)        celebrates the strength of the bilateral diplomatic relations between Australia and the Philippines over those 75 years;

(3)        reaffirms the strong relationship between Australia and the Philippines; and

(4)        acknowledges the importance of effective diplomatic relations with the Philippines, which are underpinned by our shared history and deep enduring relationship.

              ( Notice given 21 June 2021. Time allowed—remaining private Members’ business time prior to 12 noon. )