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Standing Orders

Sessional Orders Amendment

Parliamentary Activity - Cassy O'Connor moves to amend the sessional orders to provide for the following - "Notwithstanding the provisions of standing order 48, the Speaker shall ensure the time taken to ask a question does not exceed one minute and the time...

Cassy O'Connor MP - 24 Sep 2019

Standing Orders 22 and 23 - Repeal and Replacement

Parliamentary Activity - That:

Cassy O'Connor MP - 30 Aug 2018

Tarkine - Opening of Four-wheel Drive Tracks

Parliamentary Activity - Ms O'CONNOR question to PREMIER, Mr HODGMANOne of Tasmania's most respected Aboriginal Heritage experts and community leaders, Rocky Sainty, this morning sent out a blistering statement condemning your decision to seek Commonwealth...

Cassy O'Connor MP - 12 Sep 2017

Labor and Liberals Vote Down Parliamentary Prayers Change

Media Release - It was disappointing that both Labor and the Liberals voted down the Greens' attempt to modernise State Parliament's Standing Orders.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 16 Aug 2017

Time to Rethink Parliamentary Prayers

Media Release - The daily Tasmanian Parliamentary recitation of the Lord’s Prayer no longer reflects contemporary Tasmanian society, which is multicultural and multi-faith.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 7 Aug 2017

Baby Steps for Tasmania's Parliament

Media Release - Today's announcement by House of Assembly Speaker, Elise Archer, that babies will be no 'strangers' in our House, is warmly welcomed.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 15 Nov 2016

Ministers Failing to Answer Questions on Notice

Parliamentary Activity - Ms O'CONNOR (Denison - Leader of the Greens) - Madam Speaker, I was flicking through the notices of question that arrived on our desk today.  It is disappointing to see the number of questions that were put on notice some time ago that...

Cassy O'Connor MP - 26 Apr 2016

Arrogant Hodgman Regime

Media Release - The Hodgman Liberal government’s first parliamentary sitting session has seen accountability and transparency plummet to a historic low, with debate on two major and controversial Bills gagged and a censure motion blocked.

Kim Booth - 27 Jun 2014