Treasury Laws Amendment (2021 Measures No. 1) Bill 2021 - Second Reading - Keep motion unchanged
Passed by a small majority
No rebellions 81% attendance
Division last edited 27th Aug 2021 by mackay staff
The majority voted in favour of an amended amendment. In other words, they were voting for a Government amendment (namely, amendment (1) on sheet RS134), which amended an original Labor amendment (namely, amendment (2) on sheet 1354).
(2) Schedule 2, page 25 (line 1) to page 38 (line 8), to be opposed.
(1) Schedule 2, item 55, page 37 (after line 16), at the end of Part 10.56, add:
1683B Review of operation of laws
(1) The Minister must cause a review of the operation of the amendments made by Parts 1 and 2 of Schedule 2 to the amending Act to be conducted by an independent expert within 6 months after the second anniversary of the commencement of this section.
(2) The person who conducts the review must give the Minister a written report of the review.
(3) The Minister must cause a copy of the report to be tabled in each House of the Parliament within 15 sitting days of that House after the report is given to the Minister.
(4) The report may set out recommendations to the Commonwealth Government.
(5) If the report sets out one or more recommendations to the Commonwealth Government, the report must set out the reasons for those recommendations.
Government response to recommendations
(6) If the report sets out one or more recommendations to the Commonwealth Government, as soon as practicable, and in any event within 3 months, after the report is first tabled in a House of the Parliament, the Minister must cause:
(a) a statement setting out the Commonwealth Government's response to each of the recommendations to be prepared; and
(b) the statement to be published on the Department's website.
1683C Amendments made by Schedule 2 to the amending Act cease to have effect if review of operation of laws is not conducted
(1) This section applies if the Minister:
(a) fails to cause a review to be conducted in accordance with subsection 1683B(1) within the period required by that subsection; or
(b) is given a written report of a review conducted in accordance with subsection 1683B(1), but fails to cause a copy of the report to be tabled in each House of the Parliament within the period required by subsection 1683B(3); or
(c) is given a written report of a review conducted in accordance with subsection 1683B(1) that sets out one or more recommendations to the Commonwealth Government, but fails to cause a statement to be published on the Department's website within the period required by subsection 1683B(6).
(2) This Act and the ASIC Act have effect, on or after the day mentioned in subsection (3), as if the amendments made by Parts 1, 2 and 4 of Schedule 2 to the amending Act had not been made.
(3) The day (the sunsetting day) is:
(a) the day after the end of the period referred to in the applicable paragraph of subsection (1), unless paragraph (b) of this subsection applies; or
(b) if there is more than one applicable paragraph in subsection (1)—the earliest day determined under paragraph (a) of this subsection for each of those paragraphs.
(4) To avoid doubt, nothing in this section affects the validity of anything that is done, or not done, in reliance on this Act or the ASIC Act as in force before the sunsetting day.
Nobody rebelled against their party.
|Australian Greens (56% turnout)||0 Yes – 5 No|
|Sarah Hanson-Young SA||No|
|Nick McKim Tasmania||No|
|Rachel Siewert WA||No|
|Larissa Waters Queensland||No|
|Peter Whish-Wilson Tasmania||No|
|Mehreen Faruqi NSW||Absent|
|Janet Rice Victoria||Absent|
|Jordon Steele-John WA||Absent|
|Lidia Thorpe Victoria||Absent|
|Australian Labor Party (36% turnout)||0 Yes – 9 No|
|Carol Brown Tasmania||No|
|Kim Carr Victoria||No|
|Anthony Chisholm Queensland||No|
|Don Farrell SA||No|
|Katy Gallagher ACT||No|
|Deborah O'Neill NSW||No|
|Louise Pratt WA||No|
|Anne Urquhart Tasmania||No|
|Murray Watt Queensland||No|
|Tim Ayres NSW||Absent|
|Catryna Bilyk Tasmania||Absent|
|Raff Ciccone Victoria||Absent|
|Patrick Dodson WA||Absent|
|Alex Gallacher SA||Absent|
|Nita Green Queensland||Absent|
|Kristina Keneally NSW||Absent|
|Kimberley Kitching Victoria||Absent|
|Jenny McAllister NSW||Absent|
|Malarndirri McCarthy NT||Absent|
|Helen Polley Tasmania||Absent|
|Tony Sheldon NSW||Absent|
|Marielle Smith SA||Absent|
|Glenn Sterle WA||Absent|
|Jess Walsh Victoria||Absent|
|Penny Wong SA||Absent|
|Stirling Griff SA Centre Alliance||Absent|
|Sam McMahon NT Country Liberal Party||Yes|
|Sue Lines WA Deputy President||No|
|Rex Patrick SA Independent||No|
|Jacqui Lambie Tasmania Jacqui Lambie Network||No|
|Liberal National Party (50% turnout)||1 Yes – 0 No|
|Matthew Canavan Queensland||Yes|
|James McGrath Queensland||Absent|
|Liberal Party (48% turnout)||14 Yes – 0 No|
|Slade Brockman WA||Yes|
|Michaelia Cash WA||Yes|
|Claire Chandler Tasmania||Yes|
|Jane Hume Victoria||Yes|
|Matt O'Sullivan WA||Yes|
|Marise Payne NSW||Yes|
|Gerard Rennick Queensland||Yes|
|Linda Reynolds WA||Yes|
|Anne Ruston SA||Yes|
|Paul Scarr Queensland||Yes|
|Zed Seselja ACT||Yes|
|Ben Small WA||Yes|
|Dean Smith WA||Yes|
|David Van Victoria||Yes|
|Eric Abetz Tasmania||Absent|
|Alex Antic SA||Absent|
|Wendy Askew Tasmania||Absent|
|Simon Birmingham SA||Absent|
|Andrew Bragg NSW||Absent|
|Richard Colbeck Tasmania||Absent|
|Jonathon Duniam Tasmania||Absent|
|David Fawcett SA||Absent|
|Concetta Fierravanti-Wells NSW||Absent|
|Sarah Henderson Victoria||Absent|
|Hollie Hughes NSW||Absent|
|Andrew McLachlan SA||Absent|
|Jim Molan NSW||Absent|
|James Paterson Victoria||Absent|
|Amanda Stoker Queensland||Absent|
|National Party (67% turnout)||2 Yes – 0 No|
|Perin Davey NSW||Yes|
|Bridget McKenzie Victoria||Yes|
|Susan McDonald Queensland||Absent|
|Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party (50% turnout)||1 Yes – 0 No|
|Malcolm Roberts Queensland||Yes|
|Pauline Hanson Queensland||Absent|
|Scott Ryan Victoria President||Absent|
|Totals (47% turnout)||19 Yes – 17 No|
Turnout is the percentage of members eligible to vote that did vote.