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8 October, 2010
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Hon SALLY TALBOT: […] It is not just that there is no consensus behind this bill; there is deep, sincere and convicted opposition to the measures in this bill, and it is coming from the government’s own working groups. The Environmental Stakeholder Advisory Group, for example, made no recommendations that could in any way have been interpreted in one’s wildest imagination as being enshrined in this bill. In fact, ESAG went the other way and said that nothing should be done to remove transparency and procedural fairness.

Hon Peter Collier: Sorry!

Hon SALLY TALBOT: I will take that as the beginning of a round of applause being led by Hon Peter Collier.

Hon Ken Travers interjected.

Hon SALLY TALBOT: I thank Hon Ken Travers. I do not know how applause is recorded in Hansard.

Hon Ljiljanna Ravlich: Clap, clap, clap!

The DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: Order, members!

Hon SALLY TALBOT: Now we seem to be getting very tired.

Subject: Approvals and Related Reforms (No. 1) (Environment) Bill 2009 [Legislative Council – Committee]

Date: 8 September 2010

Hansard reference: p. 6114 [online (pdf)]

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