House Highlights - 13 June, 2012
Yesterday, during Question Time, David Shearer asked the Prime Minister: Does he stand by all his statements?
Rt Hon Winston Peters to the Minister of Finance: Does he have confidence in the advice he is receiving from the Treasury; if so, why?
The House is sitting today from 2-6pm and 7.30-10pm.
David Shearer to the Prime Minister: Does he still stand by his statement that he would resign rather than change superannuation?
Kevin Hague to the Minister for ACC: Does she have full trust and confidence in John Judge as ACC board chair and, if her confidence is less than full, what is she doing about that?
Hon Clayton Cosgrove to the Minister for State Owned Enterprises: Is it his understanding that the Prime Minister is still committed to his policy of partial asset sales in Mighty River Power, Genesis Power, Meridian Energy, Solid Energy, and Air New Zealand?
Jan Logie to the Prime Minister: Does he stand by his statement that “It is also true that anyone on a benefit actually has a lifestyle choice. If one budgets properly, one can pay one’s bills.”?
Andrew Little to the Minister for ACC: What actions, apart from inviting or observing inquiries from the Privacy Commissioner and the Auditor-General, has she taken since 12 March 2012 to see that issues arising out of the wrongful disclosure of personal information by the Accident Compensation Corporation to Bronwyn Pullar have been remedied or addressed by the Corporation?
Other items on the agenda included:
Budget Debate 2012:
Local Government Act 2002 Amendment Bill, 2012 - First Reading:
Social Security (Youth Support and Work Focus) Amendment Bill - Second Reading:
The House will resume at 2pm tomorrow.