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Production of documents: Points of order

Production of documents: Points of order 06 September 2018 Mr Pesutto— On a point of order, Speaker, on relevance, it was the government that released these documents to the world at large, and we will not sit here and be lectured by those opposite. It was only our efforts that...
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Victims and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018: Council’s amendment

Victims and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018: Council’s amendment 05 September 2018 Mr PESUTTO (Hawthorn) (19:08:10) — I am pleased to rise in this debate and happily advise the house that our side of the house will support this amendment.
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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order

Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order 05 September 2018 Mr Pesutto — On a point of order, Speaker, on a point of relevance, the Premier is defying your ruling or defying the question and not addressing the relevant matters of the question. Mr Gatt...
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Justice Legislation Amendment (Unlawful Association and Criminal Appeals) Bill 2018

Justice Legislation Amendment (Unlawful Association and Criminal Appeals) Bill 2018 Second reading 04 September 2018 Debate resumed from 25 July; motion of Mr PAKULA (Attorney-General). Mr PESUTTO (Hawthorn) (16:05:28) — I am pleased to be able to rise this afternoon to speak on...
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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order

Questions without notice and ministers statements: Points of order 04 September 2018 Mr Pesutto — On a point of order, Speaker, I would expect that from Tattoo but not this guy over here. The SPEAKER — Order! The member for Hawthorn will come to making a point of order...
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No confidence in government

No confidence in government 21 August 2018 Mr PESUTTO (Hawthorn) (19:22:40) — This motion is important to Victorians, not just those in the gallery but the many Victorians who are watching online and the many thousands of Victorians who will read about this debate in the years to...
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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Ministerial conduct

 Questions without notice and ministers statements: Ministerial conduct 21 August 2018 Mr PESUTTO (Hawthorn) (12:15:04) — In standing down, the State Coroner recognised her responsibility to do so and stated: For the good of the court, my intention is to hand my duties as State...
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Questions without notice and ministers statements: Ministerial conduct

Questions without notice and ministers statements: Ministerial conduct 21 August 2018   Mr PESUTTO (Hawthorn) (12:13:02) — My question is to be Attorney-General. The State Coroner, Sara Hinchey, has stood aside from her duties while she is the subject of a complaint that is...
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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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