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Source: New Zealand Parliament

Order Paper for Tuesday, 21 July 2020

2.00pm

The Speaker announced the resignation of Andrew Falloon, effective immediately.

Government motion

A motion regarding the passing of the former premier of Niue, Hon Sir Toke Talagi, was agreed to.

Introduction of bills

The Crown Pastoral Land Reform Bill was introduced.

Oral questions

Twelve questions to Ministers were answered.

Government business

The Ngāti Hinerangi Claims Settlement Bill was read a second time.

The Infrastructure Funding and Financing Bill was read a second time.

The Support Workers (Pay Equity) Settlements Amendment Bill was read a second time.

The Dairy Industry Restructuring Amendment Bill (No 3) was read a second time.

The New Zealand Superannuation and Veteran’s Pension Legislation Amendment Bill was read a third time.

Suspension

The sitting was suspended at 9.59pm and resumed at 9.00 am on Wednesday, 22 July 2020 for an extended sitting.

Members’ orders of the day

The order of the day for the committee stage of the Protection for First Responders and Prison Officers Bill was discharged and the bill was referred to the Justice Committee for consideration.

The Insurance (Prompt Settlement of Claims for Uninhabitable Residential Property) Bill was read a first time and referred to the Governance and Administration Committee.

The Arms (Firearms Prohibition Orders) Amendment Bill (No 2) was read a first time and referred to the Justice Committee.

The Oranga Tamariki (Youth Justice Demerit Points) Amendment Bill was read a first time and referred to the Social Services and Community Committee.

The District Court (Protection of Judgment Debtors with Disabilities) Amendment Bill was read a first time and referred to the Justice Committee.

The debate on the first reading of the Local Government (Customer Focus) Amendment Bill was interrupted when Hon Ron Mark was speaking and with six speeches remaining.

Adjournment

At 1.00 pm the House adjourned.

MIL OSI

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