Northern Territory. Legislative Assembly. Sessional Committee on Constitutional Development
Parliamentary reports; ParliamentNT
Period: 1 July 1991 to 30 June 1992; 1 July 1994 to 30 June 1995
Northern Territory. Legislative Assembly. Sessional Committee on Constitutional Development -- Periodicals.; Constitutional law -- Northern Territory -- Periodicals.
Northern Territory Government
1 volume ; 25 cm.
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Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory
The Committee may also authorise the televising of the hearings under such rules as the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly may consider. Transcripts of the proceedings are produced by Hansard. Deliberative Meetings This format is used for private meetings of the Committee where "confidential" matters and the proceedings of the Committee may be discussed, together with general administrative business. Deliberative meetings are minuted but are not transcribed by Hansard. Briefings Briefings are not open to the public and are generally of a confidential nature and may go before, during or after a public hearing or be used in gathering general information by the Committee. Taking of Evidence Like all parliamentary committees, the Committee's effectiveness is largely reliant on the type and content of information developed, gathered or submitted during its deliberations. The source and content of information, in the written and oral submissions. received by the Committee, can be of a professional and specialist nature on specific subjects, or the promotion and presentation of particular attitudes and trends and ideas Discussion and Inf orntation Papers The Committee has prepared the following publications: Discussion Paper entitled "Proposed New State Constitution for the Northern Territory", (October 1987); Discussion Paper entitled "Representation in a Territory Constitutional Convention", (October 1987); Discussion Paper No. 3 entitled "Citizens' Initiated Referendun1s"; Information Paper No 1, entitled "Options for a Grant of Statehood"; Information Paper No 2, entitled "Entrenchnient of a New State A plain English booklet entitled Constitution"; "Proposals for a New State Constitution for the Northern Territory". 7
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