Daily Program 25/06/2018

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45
Date
25 Jun 2018

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Monday, 25 June 2018

10 am

Acknowledgement of country

Prayers

Petitions

Petitions Committee Mrs Wicks (Chair — Robertson) to present report on petitions and Ministerial responses.

Statements may be made (statements to conclude by 10.10 am).

Private Members’ business

Notices

No. 1 — Fair Work Amendment (Restoring Penalty Rates) Bill 2018
Mr Shorten (Maribyrnong) to present a bill. First reading. Second reading to be moved. (Time allowed — 10 minutes.)

Debate to be adjourned.

No. 2 — Banking System Reform (Separation of Banks) Bill 2018 Mr Katter (Kennedy) to present a bill. First reading. Second reading to be moved. (Time allowed — 10 minutes.)

Debate to be adjourned.

No. 3 — Telecommunications Amendment (Giving the Community Rights on Phone Towers) Bill 2018 Mr Wilkie (Denison) to present a bill. First reading. Second reading to be moved. (Time allowed — 10 minutes.)

Debate to be adjourned.

No. 4 — Fair Work Amendment (A Living Wage) Bill 2018 Mr Bandt (Melbourne) to present a bill. First reading. Second reading to be moved. (Time allowed — 10 minutes.)

Debate to be adjourned.

No. 5 — Regional, Rural and Remote Education Commissioner Bill 2018 Ms McGowan (Indi) to present a bill. First reading. Second reading to be moved. (Time allowed — 10 minutes.)

Debate to be adjourned.

No. 6 — Stronger economy Ms Banks (Chisholm) to move motion appearing on the Notice Paper in her name.

(Time allotted for debate — 30 minutes.
Speech time limits —
Ms Banks — 5 minutes.

Other Members — 5 minutes each.

Minimum number of proposed Members speaking = 6 x 5 mins.)

Debate to be adjourned.

No. 7 — Cyprus Ms Vamvakinou (Calwell) to move motion appearing on the Notice Paper in her name.

(Time allotted for debate — remaining private Members’ business time prior to 12 noon.
Speech time limits —
Ms Vamvakinou — 5 minutes.

Other Members — 5 minutes each.

Minimum number of proposed Members speaking = 6 x 5 mins.)

Debate to be adjourned.

At 12 noon

Messages from the Governor-General

Speaker to report messages from the Governor-General notifying assent to Bills.

Government business

Orders of the day

No. 1 — Australian Research Council Amendment Bill 2018 — Resumption of debate on second reading; second reading.

Speaker to report a message from the Governor-General recommending appropriation.

Consideration in detail; third reading, by leave.

No. 2 — National Consumer Credit Protection Amendment (Mandatory Comprehensive Credit Reporting) Bill 2018— Resumption of debate on second reading; second reading; consideration in detail; third reading, by leave.

No. 3 — Treasury Laws Amendment (Tax Integrity and Other Measures No. 2) Bill 2018 — Resumption of debate on second reading; second reading; consideration in detail; third reading, by leave.

No. 4 — Treasury Laws Amendment (2018 Measures No. 4) Bill 2018 — Resumption of debate on second reading; second reading; consideration in detail; third reading, by leave.

At 1.30 pm

Members’ statements — Speaker to call on Members’ statements.

(Each Member — 90 seconds. Total time allotted — 30 minutes)

At 2 pm

Death of the Honourable Joseph Max Berinson — Condolence motion

Mr Turnbull (Prime Minister) to refer to the death of the Honourable Joseph Max Berinson, a former Member and Minister (ALP, Perth, 1969 to 1975), and move motion of condolence.

Motion to be supported by the Leader of the Opposition and other Members.

(Motion to be carried in silence — all Members standing.)

Speaker to call on —

Questions without notice

Presentation of documents — Speaker

Ministers

Ministerial statements, by leave

Government business – continued

Orders of the day continued

No. 5 — Corporations Amendment (Asia Region Funds Passport) Bill 2018 — Resumption of debate on second reading; second reading; consideration in detail; third reading, by leave.

No. 6 — Corporations (Review Fees) Amendment Bill 2018 — Resumption of debate on second reading; second reading; consideration in detail; third reading, by leave.

If no objection, cognate

debate

No. 7 — Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Amendment Bill 2018 — Resumption of debate on second reading; second reading; consideration in detail; third reading, by leave.

No. 8 — Treasury Laws Amendment (APRA Governance) Bill 2018 — Resumption of debate on second reading; second reading; consideration in detail; third reading, by leave.

No. 9 — Treasury Laws Amendment (2018 Measures No. 2) Bill 2018 — Resumption of debate on second reading; second reading; consideration in detail; third reading, by leave.

No. 10 — Counter-Terrorism Legislation Amendment Bill (No. 1) 2018 — Resumption of debate on second reading; second reading; consideration in detail; third reading, by leave.

No. 11 — Copyright Amendment (Service Providers) Bill 2017 — Minister to move second reading; second reading; consideration in detail; third reading, by leave.

Adjournment

Question expected to be proposed at 7.30 pm and debate to conclude by 8 pm, unless otherwise ordered.

(The next sitting of the House is expected to commence at 12 noon on Tuesday, 26 June 2018.)

David Elder

Clerk of the House of Representatives

Monitor House Chamber events by using the Votes Officer’s Minutes at

http://www.aph.gov.au/liveminutes

The Notice Paper (formal agenda) is available at www.aph.gov.au/HouseNP. It contains hyperlinks to bills that have been presented, showing the text of the bill, previous debate, and proposed amendments.

Votes and Proceedings (formal minutes) are available the next day at www.aph.gov.au/votes

ParlTV channel 103 provides captions of current proceedings in the House Chamber.

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Monday, 25 June 2018

10.30 am

3 minute constituency statements

Chair to call on 3 minute constituency statements.

(Each Member — 3 minutes. Total time allotted — 30 minutes, irrespective of suspensions for divisions in the House).

At 11 am

Private Members’ business

Notices

No. 1 — Home care package waitlist Ms Collins (Franklin) to move motion appearing on the Notice Paper in her name.

(Time allotted for debate — 50 minutes.
Speech time limits —
Ms Collins — 5 minutes.

Other Members — 5 minutes each.

Minimum number of proposed Members speaking = 10 x 5 mins.)

Debate to be adjourned.

No. 2 — Australia’s relief efforts to Armenia Mr Zimmerman (North Sydney) to move motion appearing on the Notice Paper in his name.

(Time allotted for debate — 30 minutes.
Speech time limits —
Mr Zimmerman — 5 minutes.

Other Members — 5 minutes each.

Minimum number of proposed Members speaking = 6 x 5 mins.)

Debate to be adjourned.

No. 3 — Violence against women Ms Husar (Lindsay) to move motion appearing on the Notice Paper in her name.

(Time allotted for debate — 30 minutes.
Speech time limits —
Ms Husar — 5 minutes.

Other Members — 5 minutes each.

Minimum number of proposed Members speaking = 6 x 5 mins.)

Debate to be adjourned.

No. 4 — International Olympiads for science, maths and technology Mr Crewther (Dunkley) to move motion appearing on the Notice Paper in his name.

(Time allotted for debate — remaining private Members’ business time prior to 1.30 pm.
Speech time limits —
Mr Crewther — 5 minutes.

Other Members — 5 minutes each.

Minimum number of proposed Members speaking = 8 x 5 mins.)

Debate to be adjourned.

At 1.30 pm the Federation Chamber meeting will be suspended.

At 4 pm the meeting of the Federation Chamber is expected to be resumed.

At 4 pm

Members’ statements — Chair to call on Members’ statements.

(Each Member — 90 seconds. Statements to conclude by 4.45 pm)

At 4.45 pm

Private Members’ business – continued

Notices continued

No. 5 — Car manufacturers sharing technical information Dr Leigh (Fenner) to move motion appearing on the Notice Paper in his name.

(Time allotted for debate — 40 minutes.
Speech time limits —
Dr Leigh — 5 minutes.

Other Members — 5 minutes each.

Minimum number of proposed Members speaking = 8 x 5 mins.)

Debate to be adjourned.

No. 6 — Farm Household Allowance Mr Gee (Calare) to move motion appearing on the Notice Paper in his name.

(Time allotted for debate — 45 minutes.
Speech time limits —
Mr Gee — 10 minutes.

Other Members — 5 minutes each.

Minimum number of proposed Members speaking = 1 x 10 mins + 7 x 5 mins.)

Debate to be adjourned.

Orders of the day

No. 1 — National Disability Insurance Scheme — Resumption of debate on the motion moved by Ms Husar (Lindsay).

(Time allotted for debate — 40 minutes.
Speech time limits —
All Members — 5 minutes each.
Minimum number of proposed Members speaking = 8 x 5 mins.)

Debate to be adjourned.

Notices – continued

No. 7 — Local governments Mr Falinski (Mackellar) to move motion appearing on the Notice Paper in his name.

(Time allotted for debate — remaining private Members’ business time prior to 7.30 pm.
Speech time limits —
Mr Falinski — 5 minutes.

Other Members — 5 minutes each.

Minimum number of proposed Members speaking = 8 x 5 mins.)

Debate to be adjourned.

Adjournment

Question expected to be proposed at approximately 7.30 pm (no debate), unless otherwise ordered.

(The next meeting of the Federation Chamber is expected to commence at
4 pm on Tuesday, 26 June 2018.)

DAVID ELDER

Clerk of the House of Representatives

Monitor Federation Chamber events by using the Assistant Votes Officer’s Minutes at

http://www.aph.gov.au/liveminutes-fc

Refresh your screen regularly to see the latest item.

ParlTV channel 106 provides captions of current proceedings in the Federation Chamber.


committee


Monday, 25 June 2018

Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition Relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

2S3 Parliament House, Canberra, ACT commencing at 9.45 am

Contact: Secretary 02 6277 4129

Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade

Inquiry into access to free trade agreements by small and medium sized enterprises

1R5 Parliament House, Canberra, ACT commencing at 10.30 am

Contact: Secretary 02 6277 2313

Joint Standing Committee on Treaties

TPP-11

2R1 Parliament House, Canberra, ACT commencing at 11 am

Contact: Secretary 02 6277 4002

DAVID ELDER

Clerk of the House of Representatives

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