More Budget Debates Next Week

by Editor on Thursday, June 19, 2014 — 2:15 PM

The Government will give priority to Budget related legislation when the House sits next week.

Leader of the House Gerry Brownlee said progress would be made on the Appropriation (2013/14 Supplementary Estimates) Bill and the Companies and Limited Partnerships Amendment Bill.

Wednesday would be a Members Day. Brownlee also said the Government intended to progress legislation in regards to match fixing before the election.

The Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment report on “Making Difficult Decisions – Mining The Conservation Estate” was presented.

Select committee reports were presented on the:

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Arts, Culture and Heritage by the Government Administration Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Audit by the Finance and Expenditure Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Corrections by the Law and Order Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Education and Vote Education Review Office by the Education and Science Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Health by the Health Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Housing by the Social Services Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Internal Affairs by the Government Administration Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Office of the Clerk by the Government Administration Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Ombudsmen by the Government Administration Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Pacific Island Affairs by the Government Administration Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Parliamentary Service by the Government Administration Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Police by the Law and Order Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Prime Minister and Cabinet by the Government Administration Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Revenue by the Finance and Expenditure Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Science and Innovation by the Education and Science Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Senior Citizens by the Social Services Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Serious Fraud by the Law and Order Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Social Development by the Social Services Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Statistics by the Government Administration Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Tertiary Education by the Education and Science Committee

2014/15 Estimates for Vote Women’s Affairs by the Government Administration Committee

MPs began Question Time.

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