Parliament sits twice


THE House of Representatives will sit twice this week, after tomorrow’s Labour Day holiday. The House sits on Wednesday at 1.30 pm to debate a motion to approve the report of a Joint Select Committee (JSC) on the Anti-Terrorism Amendment Bill 2018. The House sits again on Friday to debate a private motion which calls for the dismissal of National Security Minister Edmund Dillon.

Parliament is scheduled to go on recess next month.

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