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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order

Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order 08 August 2018 Mr Pesutto — On a point of order, Speaker, we understand that this is difficult for the Attorney-General. He is a little rattled. He is showing all the signs of being rattled. You just might draw...
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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order

Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order 08 August 2018 Mr Pesutto — On a point of order, Speaker, I am quite happy to let the Attorney-General keep digging, but you might just bring him back to the question I asked.
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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Member conduct

Questions without notice and ministers statements: Member conduct 08 August 2018 Mr PESUTTO (Hawthorn) (11:44:02) — My question is to the Attorney-General. When asked if the government would cooperate with an Ombudsman investigation into Labor’s rorting at the 2014...
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Points of order: Member conduct

Points of order: Member conduct 08 August 2018 Mr Pesutto — On a point of order, Speaker, I think you can anticipate what our point of order is. The Deputy Premier is now defying your ruling from earlier on when the honourable member for Box Hill raised a similar point. He is...
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Points of order: Member conduct

Points of order: Member conduct 08 August 2018 Mr Pesutto — On a point of order, Speaker, I am loathe to interrupt the flourishing Deputy Premier, but he is now straying into matters of privilege, and he should be very careful. I ask you to draw him back to the motion. He is...
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Victims and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018

Victims and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018 Second reading 07 August 2018 Debate resumed from 25 July; motion of Mr PAKULA (Attorney-General). Mr PESUTTO (Hawthorn) (14:06:13) — I am pleased this afternoon to be able to rise and speak on the Victims and Other Legislation...
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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Public sector employee information

Questions without notice and ministers statements: Public sector employee information 26 July 2018 Mr PESUTTO (Hawthorn) (11:18:41) — Given that releasing personal details of government staff is a clear breach of the Privacy Act 1988, and potentially the Crimes Act 1958 as well,...
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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order

Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order 26 July 2018 Mr Pesutto — On a point of order, Speaker, on relevance, I was not asserting anything. I was just asking the Premier very clearly: who in his office, whether Adam Sims or anyone else, released this...
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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Public sector employee information

Questions without notice and ministers statements: Public sector employee information 26 July 2018 Mr PESUTTO (Hawthorn) (11:15:50) — My question is to the Premier. Yesterday Gavin Jennings told upper house question time that there was no FOI request for details of government...
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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order

Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order 25 July 2018 Mr Pesutto — On a point of order, Speaker, on a point of relevance, the question is very simple: who were the parties to the FOI request? It does not ask whether the minister was the decision-maker....
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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order

Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order 25 July 2018 Mr Pesutto — On a point of order, Speaker, will you release all the staff details on that side of the house?
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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Public sector employee information

Questions without notice and ministers statements: Public sector employee information 25 July 2018 Mr PESUTTO (Hawthorn) (11:12:01) — My question is to the Deputy Premier. Deputy Premier, in response to initial complaints by former government staff members about the release of...
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