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Australia. Parliament. House of Representatives. Standing Committee on Procedure
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3rd report : standing orders and practices which govern the conduct of question time, November 1986 / House of Representatives Standing Committee on Procedure
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Nq 328.94 AUS
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Canberra : Government Printer, 1986
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES STANDING COMMITTEE ON PROCEDURE 3rd Report Standing Orders and practices which govern the conduct of Question Time 1
House of Representatives Standing Committee on Procedure Third Report The standing orders and practices which govern the conduct of Question Time 3
TABLE OF CONTENTS 9
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 11
CHAPTER 2 RECOMMENDATIONS 18
CHAPTER 3 DEVELOPMENT OF QUESTION TIME IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 23
CHAPTER 4 RULES RELATING TO QUESTIONS 29
CHAPTER 5 ANSWERS 48
CHAPTER 6 THE DURATION OF QUESTION TIME 56
CHAPTER 7 ALLOCATION OF THE CALL AND SUPPLEMENTARY QUESTIONS 60
CHAPTER 8 MATTERS RAISED BY MADAM SPEAKER 65
CHAPTER 9 REFERENCE TO OFFICE HOLDERS AND MEMBERS IN THE STANDING ORDERS 81
APPENDIX 1 SUBMISSIONS 89
APPENDIX 2 SCHEDULE OF PROPOSALS TO AMEND THE STANDING ORDERS RELATING TO QUESTIONS, 1901-1986 90
APPENDIX 3 CURRENT STANDING ORDERS RELATING TO QUESTIONS 101
APPENDIX 4 EXTRACT FROM 1974 REPORT OF THE STANDING ORDERS COMMITTEE RELATING TO THE ROSTERING OF MINISTERS TO ANSWER QUESTIONS IN BOTH HOUSES 102
APPENDIX 5 GENERAL STATISTICS ON QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE (1970 - 86) 107
APPENDIX 6 AVERAGE NUMBER OF QUESTIONS ASKED BY OPPOSITION AND GOVERNMENT MEMBERS (1980-86) 108
APPENDIX 7 NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE ASKED BY GOVERNMENT MEMBERS, OPPOSITION MEMBERS AND OPPOSITION LEADERS (1980-86) 109
APPENDIX 8 SENATE - ANALYSIS OF QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE (1984-86) 110
APPENDIX 9 SUCCESSFUL MOTIONS OF DISSENT FROM RULINGS OF THE CHAIR 111

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