Additional Documents

1 PDF: Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies - 'Law-making and accountability in responding to COVID-19: The case of New Zealand,' Dean R. Knight (received 11 September 2020) Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies - 'Law-making and accountability in responding to COVID-19: The case of New Zealand,' Dean R. Knight (received 11 September 2020)
2 PDF: Institute of Public Affairs - 'Cutting red tape: Regdata applications in North America,' Daniel Wild and Scott Hargreaves (received 11 September 2020) Institute of Public Affairs - 'Cutting red tape: Regdata applications in North America,' Daniel Wild and Scott Hargreaves (received 11 September 2020)
3 PDF: Insitute of Public Affairs - 'States of emergency: An analysis of COVID-19 petty restrictions,' Morgan Begg (received 11 September 2020) Insitute of Public Affairs - 'States of emergency: An analysis of COVID-19 petty restrictions,' Morgan Begg (received 11 September 2020)
4 PDF: Institute of Public Affairs - 'Reducing red tape in Australia: 'One in, two out' rule,' Daniel Wild, Jake Fraser and Michael Husek (received 11 September 2020) Institute of Public Affairs - 'Reducing red tape in Australia: 'One in, two out' rule,' Daniel Wild, Jake Fraser and Michael Husek (received 11 September 2020)
5 PDF: Institute of Public Affairs - 'Regulatory dark matter: How unaccountable regulators subvert democracy by imposing red tape without transparency,' Kurt Wallace (received 11 September 2020) Institute of Public Affairs - 'Regulatory dark matter: How unaccountable regulators subvert democracy by imposing red tape without transparency,' Kurt Wallace (received 11 September 2020)
6 PDF: Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment - correction to Hansard evidence, public hearing, Canberra, 3 September 2020 (received 18 September 2020) Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment - correction to Hansard evidence, public hearing, Canberra, 3 September 2020 (received 18 September 2020)
7 PDF: Department of Health - correction to Hansard evidence, public hearing, Canberra, 3 September 2020 (received 29 September 2020) Department of Health - correction to Hansard evidence, public hearing, Canberra, 3 September 2020 (received 29 September 2020)
8 PDF: Minister for Finance - Correspondence relating to the Interim Report into the exemption of delegated legislation from parliamentary oversight, received 12 March 2021 Minister for Finance - Correspondence relating to the Interim Report into the exemption of delegated legislation from parliamentary oversight, received 12 March 2021
9 PDF: Senator Fierravanti-Wells, Chair - Final Report tabling statement, delivered 16 March 2021 Senator Fierravanti-Wells, Chair - Final Report tabling statement, delivered 16 March 2021

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About this inquiry

The Senate Standing Committee for the Scrutiny of Delegated Legislation has resolved, under standing order 23(12), to inquire into and report on the exemption of delegated legislation from parliamentary oversight.


Past Public Hearings

03 Sep 2020: Canberra
31 Aug 2020: Canberra
27 Aug 2020: Canberra

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