Set Piece Debates With 15 Sitting Days Left

by Desk Editor on Tuesday, June 17, 2014 — 10:45 AM

MPs will hold a debate on the performance and current operations of Crown entities, public organisations and State Enterprises after Question Time when Parliament resumes at 2pm.

The three hour debate is one of a number of set piece debates which will eat into the 15 scheduling sitting days left before Parliament is dissolved. Others include the Appropriation (2013/14 Supplementary Estimates) Bill (3 hours) and the Appropriation (2014/15 Estimates) Bill (8 hours). MPs will also at some point have to debate a motion to not hold a by-election in Epsom following the resignation of John Banks.

After the debate on Crown entities MPs are scheduled to debate the committee stages of the Taxation (Annual Rates, Employee Allowances, and Remedial Matters) Bill, Vulnerable Children Bill, Companies and Limited Partnerships Amendment Bill, Victims’ Orders Against Violent Offenders Bill and the Veterans’ Support Bill.

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