The Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committees cover the following portfolios: Attorney-General and Home Affairs.
The bill would amend the Crimes Act 1914 and the Criminal Code Act 1995 to legislate a series of measures designed to protect the rights of children, in particular the right of children to be protected from sexual abuse.
The bill would amend the Customs Act 1901 to alter the way in which the product specific rules of origin of six of Australia’s free trade agreements are given effect domestically.
The bill is intended to improve native title claims resolution, agreement‑making, Indigenous decision‑making and dispute resolution processes. It is also intended to confirm the validity of certain agreements made under the Native Title Act 1933 following the Federal Court decision in McGlade v Native Title Registrar & Ors.
An inquiry into the impact of changes to service delivery models on the administration and running of Government programs
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