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Motion (25 February 2016)

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AYES, 43:

LNP, 41

KAP, 2

NOES, 43:

ALP, 42

INDEPENDENT, 1

The Speaker broke the tie by voting No

The Speaker broke the tie by voting No

AYES, 43:

LNP, 41—Barton, Bates, Bennett, Bleijie, Boothman, Costigan, Cramp, Crandon, Cripps, Davis, Dickson, Elmes, Emerson, Frecklington, Hart, Krause, Langbroek, Last, Leahy, Mander, McArdle, McEachan, McVeigh, Millar, Minnikin, Molhoek, Nicholls, Perrett, Powell, Rickuss, Robinson, Rowan, Seeney, Smith, Sorensen, Springborg, Stevens, Stuckey, Walker, Watts, Weir.

KAP, 2—Katter, Knuth.

NOES, 43:

ALP, 42—Bailey, Boyd, Brown, Butcher, Byrne, Crawford, D’Ath, de Brenni, Dick, Donaldson, Enoch, Farmer, Fentiman, Furner, Gilbert, Grace, Harper, Hinchliffe, Howard, Jones, Kelly, King, Linard, Lynham, Madden, Miles, Miller, O’Rourke, Palaszczuk, Pearce, Pease, Pegg, Pitt, Power, Pyne, Russo, Ryan, Saunders, Stewart, Trad, Whiting, Williams.

INDEPENDENT, 1—Gordon. by members during the last half hour. I believe that this is a matter that should have been referred to the Committee of the Legislative Assembly, which is the leadership team of this parliament with members from the government, the opposition and the crossbenches. I listened to the contribution of the Leader of the House to the effect that there is no precedent for this sort of standing order, and I believe that this matter should be referred to the Committee of the Legislative Assembly for further consideration.