Statutes Amendment Bill (No 2) – Committee Stage – taken as one debate – Video 6

Statutes Amendment Bill (No 2) – Committee Stage – taken as one debate – Video 6

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understanding of the laws and also
to make sure to make sure that we are able to
protect to make sure that we are able to
protect our EEZ. If you protect our EEZ. If you look at Part
2 protect our EEZ. If you look at Part
2 of this protect our EEZ. If you look at Part
2 of this BELL RUNG BELL RUNG
The BELL RUNG
The Hon Jaydn BELL RUNG BELL RUNG
The Hon Jaydn Su’A. I want to the honourable member for that
contribution. contribution. I just want to take a
brief contribution. I just want to take a
brief call to say brief call to say that, in the
previous brief call to say that, in the
previous brief call to say that, in the
previous sitting of previous sitting of the committee, I
had Supplementary Order Papers for
inclusion Supplementary Order Papers for 2008, and Supplementary Order Paper
53, 53, which amends the Food Act 2014.
Due 53, which amends the Food Act 2014.
Due to timing Due to timing constraints on
reaching withdraw Supplementary Order Paper
53. 53. This will be addressed at some
stage stage later in the legislative
programme. stage later in the legislative
programme. So ljust want programme. So ljust want to clarify
for programme. So ljust want to clarify
for the committee programme. So ljust want to clarify
for the committee programme. So ljust want to clarify
for the committee of the for the committee of the whole of
the House amends the custom and excise Act
2008. amends the custom and excise Act
2008. The purpose 2008. The purpose of this amendment
is 2008. The purpose of this amendment
is 2008. The purpose of this amendment
is to insert 2008. The purpose of this amendment
is to insert a new Part 9(a) is to insert a new Part 9(a) into
the Bill is to insert a new Part 9(a) into
the Bill to repeal is to insert a new Part 9(a) into
the Bill to repeal is to insert a new Part 9(a) into Customs and Excise Act 2008. These
clauses Customs and Excise Act 2008. These
clauses exempt champagne clauses exempt champagne from clauses exempt champagne from 2008 Act, which is due to come into
force force on 1 October this year. This
was force on 1 October this year. This
was not intended, and force on 1 October this year. This
was not intended, and would cost was not intended, and would cost the
Crown was not intended, and would cost the clauses are not removed. And so I
thought clauses are not removed. And so I
thought it was thought it was important to clarify
that for that for the House before we
continue that for the House before we
continue the debate. that for the House before we
continue the debate. I call that for the House before we
continue the debate. I call the Hon continue the debate. I call the Hon
Jacqui Dean. continue the debate. I call the Hon
Jacqui Dean. Thank you, continue the debate. I call the Hon
Jacqui Dean. Thank you, continue the debate. I call the Hon
Jacqui Dean. Thank you, Mr Chair. Jacqui Dean. Thank you, Mr Chair.
Happy to Jacqui Dean. Thank you, Mr Chair.
Happy to take a Jacqui Dean. Thank you, Mr Chair.
Happy to take a call on Happy to take a call on this
Statutes Happy to take a call on this
Statutes Amendment Bill (No 2). We Statutes Amendment Bill (No 2). We
are debating all are debating all stages of the bill are debating all stages of the bill

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