Standing Committee on Environment and Public Affairs — Fifty-second Report —
“Punitive Not Protective: When the Mandatory Registration of Young People Is Not Based on Risk” — Motion
Resumed from 11 November on the following motion moved by Hon Alison Xamon — That the report be noted.
Comments and speeches by various members
Hon ALISON XAMON: I have already spoken on this report and pointed out that it is an excellent report. I believe that it will stand the test of time. I have indicated that regardless of whether I am in or out of this place, I will be using this report as a resource in my advocacy. I am pleased that the chair of the committee had the opportunity to speak comprehensively on this report. It is one of the better reports that has been tabled in the term of this government.
Having said that, I move that consideration of this report be postponed to the next day’s sitting—actually, that it be noted.
The CHAIR: Members, of course I will accept any motion that members wish to put forward, but it is unlikely that we will be meeting again. I do not know whether you wish to conclude and note the report.
Hon ALISON XAMON: Thank you, Mr Chair. I would like to move that the report be noted.
The CHAIR: Members, it has actually already been moved that the report be noted, so, if there is that agreement,
I will put the question that the report be noted.
Question put and passed.