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11 April, 2012
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HON SIMON O’BRIEN (South Metropolitan — Minister for Commerce) [3.51 pm] — in reply: […] In the course of my speech in reply I am also going to talk in some detail about something that was raised by all members, I think, and that was the questions canvassed by the Standing Committee on Uniform Legislation and Statutes Review. I am going to go through a detailed response to each of those recommendations. In doing so, I will sweep up some of the matters that were touched on by members. At the end of that, if I have not covered everything, members can sing out or throw something across the chamber or attract my attention to something that I have missed.

The PRESIDENT: No, they cannot.

Hon SIMON O’BRIEN: Mr President, I was speaking metaphorically of course, but just in case anyone does not understand that, I will rephrase it in deference to the Chair and say that, if I have not covered everything, I should be delighted to revisit the matters if we get to the committee table—which is what I really meant.

Subject: Business Names (Commonwealth Powers) Bill 2011 [Legislative Council – Second Reading]

Date: 20 March 2012

Hansard reference: p. 794 [online (pdf)]

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