Sitting week beginning Wednesday, 10 June 2020
Sitting week beginning Wednesday 10 June 2020 — 2nd House sitting week of the 46th Parliament’s 2020 winter sittings.
This page summarises matters expected to be considered by the House of Representatives and its Federation Chamber. It is updated weekly during sittings. For a full report of the business dealt with, including a list of documents presented, go to the Votes and Proceedings. To read the debates, including question time, go to Hansard.
For details about the proposed program of business for each sitting of the House and Federation Chamber and that sitting’s public hearings of House and joint committees go to the House Daily Program (usually available at least 1 hour before the House is scheduled to meet).
This week the House is expected to sit on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. On Wednesday the Leader of the House is expected to move a suspension of standing orders to provide for the time and order of business for the remainder of the week. The motion will propose private Members’ business be given priority on Wednesday morning in the House and Federation Chamber. On Thursday, 12 June the House is expected to sit in a pattern similar to that described in the Infosheet 'A typical sitting day' for a Wednesday and on Friday, 13 June to sit in a pattern similar to that described in the Infosheet 'A typical sitting day' for a Thursday.
The Federation Chamber is expected to meet on Wednesday (from 10am to 1pm and from 4pm to 7.30pm), on Thursday (from 10am to 1pm and from 4pm to 7.30pm) and on Friday (from 10am to approximately 1.00pm).
For details about House and Federation Chamber standard hours see the order of business diagram at http://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Chamber_documents/HoR/Order_of_Business