Criminal Code Amendment (Terrorist Organisations) Bill 2004

Type
Government
Portfolio
Attorney-General 
Originating house
House of Representatives 
Status
Act 
Parliament no
40
Summary
Introduced with the Criminal Code Amendment (Hizballah) Bill 2003, the bill amends the
Criminal Code Act 1995
  to: remove the requirement that there be a relevant United Nations Security Council decision in place before an organisation can be listed in regulations as a terrorist organisation; provide for the Minister to “de-list” an organisation when appropriate; and provide for review of listing regulations and the proposed listing provisions by the Parliamentary Joint Committee on ASIO, ASIS and DSD. 

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Progress

House of Representatives
29 May 2003Introduced and read a first time
29 May 2003Second reading moved
03 Jun 2003Second reading agreed to
03 Jun 2003Third reading agreed to
Senate
16 Jun 2003Introduced and read a first time
16 Jun 2003Second reading moved
03 Mar 2004Second reading agreed to
04 Mar 2004Committee of the Whole debate

Amendment details: 2 Government agreed to
04 Mar 2004Third reading agreed to
House of Representatives
04 Mar 2004Consideration of Senate message

Details: House agreed to Senate amendments


10 Mar 2004Assent

Act no.: 7

Year: 2004

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Text of bill

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Explanatory memoranda

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Proposed amendments

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Text of bill

  • First reading: Text of the bill as introduced into the Parliament
  • Third reading: Prepared if the bill is amended by the house in which it was introduced. This version of the bill is then considered by the second house.
  • As passed by both houses: Final text of bill agreed to by both the House of Representatives and the Senate which is presented to the Governor-General for assent.

Explanatory memoranda

  • Explanatory memorandum: Accompanies and provides an explanation of the content of the introduced version (first reading) of the bill.
  • Supplementary explanatory memorandum: Accompanies and explains amendments proposed by the government to the bill.
  • Revised explanatory memorandum: Accompanies and explains the amended version (third reading) of the bill. It supersedes the explanatory memorandum.

Proposed amendments

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Schedules of amendments

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