Information about the inquiry

Effectiveness of Australia's military justice system

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The Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee met on 2 December 2004 and considered references not disposed of at the end of the 40th Parliament and resolved to recommend to the Senate:

  1. That the following inquiry of the 40th Parliament be re-adopted:

    The effectiveness of Australia's military justice system (reporting date of 17 March 2005) *Extension of time to report

Further, the committee resolved to recommend to the Senate that, in respect of this matter to be referred to the Committee, it have the power to consider and use the records of the Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee appointed in the previous Parliament.

  1. That the following inquiry of the 40th Parliament not be re-adopted

    Report by the Director of Trials of the review of Test and Evaluation in Defence

 


Extension of time to Report

EXTRACT-JOURNALS OF THE SENATE
No. 20, TUESDAY, 15 MARCH 2005

FOREIGN AFFAIRS, DEFENCE AND TRADE REFERENCES COMMITTEE—EXTENSION OF TIME TO REPORT

Senator George Campbell, at the request of the Chair of the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee (Senator Hutchins) and pursuant to notice of motion not objected to as a formal motion, moved general business notice of motion no. 94—That the time for the presentation of the report of the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee on the effectiveness of the Australian military justice system be extended to 10 May 2005.

Question put and passed.

Extension of time to Report

EXTRACT-JOURNALS OF THE SENATE
No. 24, WEDNESDAY, 11 MAY 2005

FOREIGN AFFAIRS, DEFENCE AND TRADE REFERENCES COMMITTEE—EXTENSION OF TIME TO REPORT

The Chair of the Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee (Senator Hutchins), by leave, movedThat the time for the presentation of the report of the committee on the effectiveness of the Australian military justice system be extended to 16 June 2005.

Question put and passed.

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