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Serious Fraud Office (Abolition and Transitional Provisions) Bill

This bill intends to disestablish the Serious Fraud Office so that its existing functions and powers can be reformed into a permanent Serious Fraud Taskforce within a new Organised and Financial Crime Agency.

Bill Events

Event Date Ayes Noes Abstentions
SC Reports 15 Aug 2008 The Law and Order Committee reported on this bill. View the bill as reported from the Law and Order Committee at the New Zealand Legislation website.
Submissions Due 20 Jun 2008
First Reading 20 May 2008 Bill read a first time.

Motion agreed to:
That the Serious Fraud Office (Abolition and Transitional Provisions) Bill be considered by the Law and Order Committee and that the committee report finally to the House on or before 15 August 2008.
Ayes 70
Labour 49
NZ First 7
Green 6
Maori 4
United F. 2
Progres. 1
indep. 1 (Field)
Noes 49
National 48
indep. 1 (Copeland)
Introduction 24 Apr 2008 Simon Power is the member in charge of this Government bill.

View the bill at introduction at the NZ Legislation website.

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