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Committee Reports

When Parliament resumed at 2pm a number of select committee reports were presented


These were:

2012/13 financial review of the Families Commission by the Social Services Committee

Petition 2011/101 of Penelope Mary Bright and 13 others by the Finance and Expenditure Committee

Report from the Controller and Auditor-General, Central Government: Results of the 2012/13 audits (Volume 2) by the Finance and Expenditure Committee


The Appropriations Bill was introduced and Finance Minister Bill English then began delivering his Budget speech.


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