Annual Report 2020-21, Public Accounts Committee
Tabled Paper 331
Tabled Papers for 14th Assembly 2020 -; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled by Joel Bowden
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Public Accounts Committee Annual Report 2020-21 8 Sessional Order 12 Action on Petition Standing Order 121 is suspended and the following applies: (1) After a petition has been read in the Assembly, any Member may move, without notice, that the petition be referred to the Public Accounts Committee for consideration as to whether the petition should be debated. (2) If the committee recommends to the Assembly that the petition should be debated, the recommendation of the Committee will be notified to the Clerk who will read the recommendation to the Assembly at the commencement of the next meeting day, where any Member may, without notice, move the report be adopted. (3) If the motion is agreed, the debate on the petition will be set down on the Notice Paper as an order of the day on the following meeting day of the Assembly to be considered at the time in the Routine of Business made available at item 8 for Debates on Petitions and Responses to Petitions. (4) When the order of the day is called on, the Member who moved that the Assembly adopt the recommendation will move that the Assembly note the petition. This motion cannot be amended. (5) The debate may comprise a maximum of two Members speaking for up to five minutes each and two other Members speaking for up to three minutes each. Adopted 20 October 2020
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