Search Bill Likely To Pass Today

by Desk Editor on Thursday, March 22, 2012 — 11:33 AM

The controversial Search and Surveillance Bill is likely to pass into law when Parliament sits today.

The bill is scheduled for its third reading after Question Time, though it is likely there will be requests for an urgent debate from Opposition MPs on Nick Smith’s resignation from Cabinet.

Coverage of progress on the search bill is available here.

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