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Government Owned Corporation Scrutiny Committee 2009/2010 Terms of Reference

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Government Owned Corporation Scrutiny Committee 2009/2010 Terms of Reference

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Tabled paper 423

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Tabled Papers for 11th Assembly 2008 - 2012; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT

Date

2009-06-19

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Tabled by Michael Gunner

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English

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Tabled papers

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/300410

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/377045

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information to be laid on the table of the Assembly by the Chairman of the Committee at the time of its report or at a later date, which shall be no later than the next sittings of the Assembly and may be authorised for publication by the Committee prior to that material being tabled in the Assembly. HANSARD REPORT AND OTHER TABLED DOCUMENTS The Clerk of the Legislative Assembly is authorised to publish an unedited transcript of the Government Owned Corporations Scrutiny Committee proceedings in a manner similar to that used for the daily Hansard as soon as practicable after the Committee's proceedings are concluded. 26. Evidence taken in public by the Committee and documents presented to the Committee are deemed to be authorised for publication by the Committee, unless the Committee otherwise orders^ ~ ~ 27. The provisions of Standing Order 274 and section 22 of the Legislative Assembly (Powers and Privileges) Act as applicable to the Committee, are limited to documents prepared for and submitted to the Committee, evidence taken by the Committee or a report of such evidence. 28. BROADCASTING AND TELEVISING OF PROCEEDINGS Sound and vision broadcast and re-broadcast of the hearings of the Committee will be allowed, subject to the same conditions which apply to the sittings of the Assembly and as determined by the Committee. 29. DISORDER At a Committee hearing the Chairman may, after a warning, order any Member of the Assembly whose conduct, in the opinion of the Chairman, continues to be disorderly or disruptive to withdraw from the Committee for a period of 1 hour. 30. A Member ordered to withdraw in accordance with the direction of the Chairman must immediately withdraw for the stated period. 31. If a Member persistently disrupts the business of the Committee:32. The Chair may name the Member;(a) (b) If the Member named is a member of the Government Owned Corporations Scrutiny Committee, suspend the sittings until the Chair has reported the offence to the Speaker; If the Member named is not a member of the Government Owned Corporations Scrutiny Committee, orders that the Member withdraw from the sittings of the Committee until the Chair has reported the offence to the Speaker. (c) As soon as practicable, the Chair advises the Speaker who then gives notice that the member of the Government Owned Corporations Scrutiny Committee be replaced. 33. If any objection is taken to a ruling or decision of the Chair:34. 3