Abolition of the Gold Travel Pass for Former Politicians (Reflecting Community Standards) Bill 2003

Type
Private
Sponsor(s)
ORGAN, Michael
Originating house
House of Representatives
Status
Not Proceeding
Parliament no
40
Summary
The bill: abolishes the entitlement of former members of Parliament to severance travel and to a Life Gold Pass; provides for limited travel and other entitlements in certain circumstances; and provides for the transfer of certain frequent flyer points to the Commonwealth upon a member’s death or retirement. Repeals the
Members of Parliament (Life Gold Pass) Act 2002
and contains transitional provisions and a regulation-making power.

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House of Representatives
Introduced and read a first time 18 Aug 2003
Removed from the Notice Paper in accordance with (SO 42) 09 Mar 2004

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