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   21   SUSPENSION OF STANDING ORDERS—CONSIDERATION OF THE TREASURY LAWS AMENDMENT (TAX RELIEF SO WORKING AUSTRALIANS KEEP MORE OF THEIR MONEY) BILL 2019

Mr Porter (Leader of the House), by leave, moved—That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent proceedings for the Treasury Laws Amendment (Tax Relief So Working Australians Keep More Of Their Money) Bill 2019 today being as follows:

(1)        the Minister to present the bill immediately and move the second reading;

(2)        at the conclusion of the Minister’s speech, debate on the second reading to follow immediately and to continue for no more than one hour and thirty minutes, and any questions necessary to complete the second reading stage then to be put;

(3)        consideration in detail, if required, to follow immediately, any amendments circulated prior to the conclusion of the second reading stage being treated as having been moved, and after no more than two hours, questions being put on any of the amendments that have not been determined in the groupings as specified by the Member deemed to have moved them and any questions necessary to complete the consideration in detail stage then to be put;

(4)        at the conclusion of the consideration in detail stage, if required, or otherwise immediately following the second reading, a debate on the third reading to be permitted for a period not exceeding 20 minutes, with each Member speaking for no more than five minutes and then the question on the third reading to be put; and

(5)        immediately following the third reading a Minister to move the adjournment of the House and the question to be put without debate.

Debate ensued.

Question—put and passed.