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Urgency Continues With Question Time To Come

Parliament resumed at 9am under Urgency with a number of bills still to be debated.

Shortly after 9am Deputy Leader of the House Anne Tolley sought leave for there to be a Question Time at 2pm and this was granted.

MPs are currently debating the Criminal Procedure Legislation Bill’s second reading.

Other bills yet to be debated under the Urgency motion are:
Prisoners’ and Victims’ Claims (Continuation and Reform) Amendment Bill – Second reading and committee stage

Land Transport Management Amendment Bill – Second reading and committee stage.

Trustee (Public Trust) Amendment Bill – Introduction and passage
Insurance (Prudential Supervision) Amendment Bill– First reading

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