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SECURITY LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (TERRORISM) BILL 2002 [NO. 2]

The order of the day having been read for the resumption of the debate on the question—That the Bill be now read a second time—And on the amendment moved thereto by Mr Crean (Leader of the Opposition) (see item No. 19, page 100)—

Debate resumed.

Mr Brereton rising to address the House—

Closure of Member

Mr Abbott (Leader of the House) moved—That the Member be not further heard.

Question—put.

The House divided (the Deputy Speaker, Mr Hawker, in the Chair)—

AYES, 75

Mr AbbottMrs DraperDr KempMr Schultz
Mr AndersonMr DuttonMr P. E. KingMr Scott
Mr AnthonyMrs ElsonMrs LeyMr Secker
Fran BaileyMr EntschMr LindsayMr Slipper
Mr BairdMr FarmerMr LloydMr A. D. H. Smith
Mr BaldwinMrs GallusMr McArthur*Mr Somlyay
Mr BarresiMs GambaroMr I. E. MacfarlaneDr Southcott
Mr BartlettMrs GashMr McGauranDr Stone
Mr BillsonMr GeorgiouMrs MayMr C. P. Thompson
Mrs B. K. BishopMr HaaseMrs MoylanMr Ticehurst
Mr BroughMr HardgraveMr NairnMr Tollner
Mr CadmanMr HartsuykerDr NelsonMr Truss
Mr CameronMr HockeyMr Neville*Mr M. A. J. Vaile
Mr CausleyMrs HullMs PanopoulosMrs D. S. Vale
Mr CharlesMr HuntMr PearceMr Wakelin
Mr CioboMr JohnsonMr ProsserDr Washer
Mr CobbMr JullMr PyneMr Williams
Mr CostelloMrs D. M. KellyMr RandallMs Worth
Mr DownerJackie KellyMr Ruddock

NOES, 62

Mr AdamsMr L. D. T. FergusonMs LivermoreMr Ripoll
Mr AlbaneseMr M. J. FergusonMr McClellandMs Roxon
Mr AndrenMs GeorgeMs J. S. McFarlaneMr Sawford
Mr BeazleyMr GibbonsMs MacklinMr Sercombe
Mr BevisMs GillardMr McLeayMr Sidebottom
Mr BreretonMs GriersonMr McMullanMr S. F. Smith
Mr ByrneMr GriffinDr MartinMr Snowdon
Ms CorcoranMs HallMr MelhamMr Swan
Mr CoxMr HattonMr MossfieldMr Tanner
Mr CreanMs HoareMr MurphyMr K. J. Thomson
Mrs CrosioMrs IrwinMs O'ByrneMs Vamvakinou
Mr Danby*Ms JacksonMr B. P. O'ConnorMr Wilkie
Mr EdwardsMr JenkinsMr G. M. O'ConnorMr Windsor
Ms EllisMs C. F. KingMs PlibersekMr Zahra
Mr EmersonMr LathamMr Price
Mr EvansDr LawrenceMr Quick*

* Tellers

And so it was resolved in the affirmative.

Debate continued.

Question—That the words proposed to be omitted stand part of the question—put.


The House divided (the Deputy Speaker, Mr Wilkie, in the Chair)—

AYES, 79

Mr AbbottMrs DraperJackie KellyMr Schultz
Mr AndersonMr DuttonDr KempMr Scott
Mr K. J. AndrewsMrs ElsonMr P. E. KingMr Secker
Mr AnthonyMr EntschMrs LeyMr Slipper
Fran BaileyMr FarmerMr LindsayMr A. D. H. Smith
Mr BairdMr ForrestMr LloydMr Somlyay
Mr BaldwinMrs GallusMr McArthur*Dr Southcott
Mr BarresiMs GambaroMr I. E. MacfarlaneDr Stone
Mr BartlettMrs GashMr McGauranMr C. P. Thompson
Mr BillsonMr GeorgiouMrs MayMr Ticehurst
Mrs B. K. BishopMr HaaseMrs MoylanMr Tollner
Mr BroughMr HardgraveMr NairnMr Truss
Mr CadmanMr HartsuykerDr NelsonMr M. A. J. Vaile
Mr CameronMr HawkerMr Neville*Mrs D. S. Vale
Mr CausleyMr HockeyMs PanopoulosMr Wakelin
Mr CharlesMrs HullMr PearceDr Washer
Mr CioboMr HuntMr ProsserMr Williams
Mr CobbMr JohnsonMr PyneMr Windsor
Mr CostelloMr JullMr RandallMs Worth
Mr DownerMrs D. M. KellyMr Ruddock

NOES, 60

Mr AdamsMr EvansMr LathamMs Plibersek
Mr AlbaneseMr L. D. T. FergusonDr LawrenceMr Price
Mr AndrenMr M. J. FergusonMs LivermoreMr Quick*
Mr BeazleyMs GeorgeMr McClellandMr Ripoll
Mr BevisMr GibbonsMs J. S. McFarlaneMs Roxon
Mr BreretonMs GillardMs MacklinMr Sawford
Mr ByrneMs GriersonMr McLeayMr Sercombe
Ms CorcoranMr GriffinMr McMullanMr Sidebottom
Mr CoxMs HallDr MartinMr S. F. Smith
Mr CreanMr HattonMr MelhamMr Snowdon
Mrs CrosioMs HoareMr MossfieldMr Swan
Mr Danby*Mrs IrwinMr MurphyMr Tanner
Mr EdwardsMs JacksonMs O'ByrneMr K. J. Thomson
Ms EllisMr JenkinsMr B. P. O'ConnorMs Vamvakinou
Mr EmersonMs C. F. KingMr G. M. O'ConnorMr Zahra

* Tellers

And so it was resolved in the affirmative.

Question—That the Bill be now read a second time—put and passed—Bill read a second time.

Leave granted for third reading to be moved forthwith.

On the motion of Mr Williams (Attorney-General), the Bill was read a third time.