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AGAINST – Housing Australia Future Fund Bill 2023 - Consideration in Detail - Review process in 2025

The majority voted in favour of disagreeing with an amendment introduced by Fowler MP Dai Le (Independent), which means it failed.

Amendment text

(1) Clause 65, page 48 (line 24), omit "2028", substitute "2025".

What would this amendment do?

Ms Le explained that:

This amendment to the Housing Australia Future Fund Bill ensures there is a timely review process in which we should be able to see the effectiveness of the bill in two years, not five years. Not every piece of legislation is perfect. Sometimes we get the processes wrong.

Note from 17/02/23

Note that this division entry is currently showing Calare MP Andrew Gee (Independent) as a rebel. This is an error and due to the fact we have not yet updated our system to show that Mr Gee has left the Nationals and is now an Independent.


Date and time: 6:11 PM on 2023-02-15
Allegra Spender's vote: No
Total number of "aye" votes: 72
Total number of "no" votes: 13
Total number of abstentions: 66
Related bill: Housing Australia Future Fund Bill 2023

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