Urgency Ends

by Editor on Thursday, May 9, 2013 — 8:15 PM

Parliament has risen after completing all items in the Urgency motion.

After Parliament resumed at 9am this morning, Deputy Leader of the House Anne Tolley sought leave for there to be a Question Time at 2pm and leave was granted.

The Criminal Procedure Legislation Bill received its second reading on a voice vote and after the committee stage it was reported with amendment on a voice vote.

The Prisoners’ and Victims’ Claims (Continuation and Reform) Amendment Bill completed its second reading by 101 to 19 with the Greens, Maori Party, Mana and Brendan Horan opposed.

The committee stage was completed and the bill was reported without amendment by 101 to 19 with the Greens, Maori Party, Mana and Brendan Horan opposed.

The Land Transport Management Amendment Bill completed its second reading by 61 to 59 with National, ACT and United Future supporting. The committee stage was completed and the bill was reported with amendment by 61 to 57.

The Trustee (Public Trust) Amendment Bill completed all stages without amendment on voice votes.

The Insurance (Prudential Supervision) Amendment Bill completed its first reading by 93 to 13 with Greens and Mana opposed and it was sent to the Finance and Expenditure Committee with a report back date of September 13.

The House then adjourned at 8.30pm.

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