Leave Granted And Denied

by Desk Editor on Tuesday, August 11, 2015 — 2:14 PM

When Parliament resumed at 2pm Leader of the House Gerry Brownlee sought and received leave for the committee stage and third reading of the Hawke’s Bay Regional Planning Committee Bill to be included in tomorrow’s extended hours session.

ACT MP David Seymour sought leave to introduce a member’s bill to allow pubs to open during Rugby World Cup and it to go through a shortened parliamentary process. There was objection from a Green MP.

Papers were presented including the:

Families Commission, Kōmihana ā Whānau, Statement of Performance Expectations 2015–2016

New Zealand Treaty Series, The World Trade Organisation Agreement on Trade Facilitation together with The World Organisation Agreement on Trade Facilitation: National Interest Analysis

Education Review Office, Te Tari Arotake Mātauranga, Strategic Intentions 2015–2019
New Zealand Walking Access Commission, Statement of Performance Expectations 2015/2019

Ministry of Health, Manatū Hauora, Statement of Intent 2015–2019
The report of the Justice and Electoral Committee on the Coroners Amendment Bill was presented.

The Agricultural Compounds and Veterinary Medicines Amendment Bill was introduced and MPs began Question Time.
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