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Prime Minister's Question Time to start today - Bill Watch 45/2011
October 26, 2011
Minister’s Question Time
of the House of
Assembly and the President of the Senate yesterday announced
the inauguration of the Prime Minister’s Question Time as
- House of
Assembly – today, Wednesday 26th October, from 2.15 pm to
- Senate –
tomorrow, Thursday 27th October, from 2.30 pm to 3.30 pm.
of the Proceedings
given to MPs and Senators by the Speaker and the President of the
1. Only policy
questions will be permissible;
questions should be restricted to the policy questions;
3. Only 3 supplementary
questions per policy question will be admitted;
should be generally be on national issues;
that can properly be addressed by line Ministers should be avoided.
Orders of both Houses were amended during the last Session to provide
for the holding of Prime Minister’s Question Time on the last
Wednesday of each month in the House of Assembly and the last Thursday
of each month in the Senate. This week, for the first time, both
Houses will be sitting on those days.
Members of the
public wishing to attend should contact Parliament’s Public
Relations department for tickets admitting them to the public gallery.
Telephone 700181, 252936.
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