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  • Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0000 - Source: Senate

  • 2009-11-30 The PRESIDENT (Senator the Hon. John Hogg) took the chair at 10 am and read
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0001 - Source: Senate

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    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0002 - Source: Senate

  • Rearrangement Senator MILNE (Tasmania) 10:01:00 —by leave—I move: That, on each calendar day from Monday, 30 November 2009 until the Senate has finally dealt with the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme Bill 2009 [No. 2] and 10 related bills:
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0003 - Source: Senate

  • 10:02:00 Parry, Sen Stephen Tasmania LP 0 Senator PARRY —by leave—I move: Omit “on each calendar day from”, substitute “today,”. Paragraph (a), before “6.30 pm”, insert “12.30 pm, 1.30 pm
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0004 - Source: Senate

  • 10:04:00 Fielding, Sen Steve Victoria FFP Leader of the Family First Party 0 Senator FIELDING —Mr President, I would like to move an amendment to the amendments. PRESIDENT, The The
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0005 - Source: Senate

  • 10:05:00 Evans, Sen Chris Western Australia ALP Minister for Immigration and Citizenship 0 Senator CHRIS EVANS —I admit, when rising to my feet, that I am a little confused about the amendments to the amendments to
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0006 - Source: Senate

  • 10:06:00 Fielding, Sen Steve Victoria FFP Leader of the Family First Party 0 Senator FIELDING —by leave—To clarify, I am not saying the debate should be stifled. I am saying that the committee stage would proceed,
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0007 - Source: Senate

  • 10:07:00 Evans, Sen Chris Western Australia ALP Minister for Immigration and Citizenship 0 Senator CHRIS EVANS —I stand by my interpretation that it is effectively a deferral motion. I just reiterate the Labor government’s position on
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0008 - Source: Senate

  • 10:20:00 Parry, Sen Stephen Tasmania LP Manager of Opposition Business in the Senate 0 Senator PARRY —Senator Evans talked about breaking an agreement with the public. We made no agreement to have a one-hour dinner break.
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0009 - Source: Senate

  • 10:22:00 Brown, Sen Bob Tasmania AG Leader of the Australian Greens 0 Senator BOB BROWN —This seems like a bad deal between the government and the opposition coming to a bad end. I would have thought
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0010 - Source: Senate

  • 10:27:00 Joyce, Sen Barnaby Queensland NATS Leader of the Nationals in the Senate 0 Senator JOYCE —It seems interesting that the Labor Party’s approach to the Senate now is to become mercenary, belligerent and arrogant. It
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0011 - Source: Senate

  • 10:33:00 Macdonald, Sen Ian Queensland LP 0 Senator IAN MACDONALD —Unlike the Leader of the Government in the Senate, I will not be filibustering for 15 minutes— Government senators interjecting— PRESIDENT, The
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0012 - Source: Senate

  • 10:35:00 Xenophon, Sen Nick South Australia IND 0 Senator XENOPHON —I indicate that I do support reasonable sitting hours. Fatigue scientists say that staying awake for 18 hours or longer is like having a blood alcohol level
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0013 - Source: Senate

  • 10:37:00 Fielding, Sen Steve Victoria FFP Leader of the Family First Party 0 Senator FIELDING —by leave—The reason I moved the amendment was that we should wait until after we know what the rest of the
    Date: 30/11/2009 - Collection: Senate - ID: chamber/hansards/2009-11-30/0014 - Source: Senate

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