Nsw industrial relations bill lapses

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Nsw industrial relations bill lapses

The New South Wales Industrial Relations Bill first introduced into the Parliament late last year has lapsed as a result of the Governor’s recent decision to issue a writ for the prorogation of Parliament.

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The New South Wales Industrial Relations Bill first introduced into the Parliament late last year has lapsed as a result of the Governor’s recent decision to issue a writ for the prorogation of Parliament.

The decision to bring an end to the session of Parliament has meant the Minister for Industrial Relations, Jeff Shaw will be required to retrace the steps of introducing the Industrial Relations Bill into Parliament in the new session. The First and Second Reading speeches will again have to be exhausted.

It is anticipated that there will be a further process of consultation with the Government’s legislative program facing opposition in the Legislative Council.

The new session for New South Wales Parliament commences on 16 April 1996. It is expected that the Industrial Relations Bill will be reintroduced around that time.

 

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