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Simon Power

Member for Rangitikei, National Party

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Economy—Foundations for More Competitive Economy (6 Oct 2011)

Interjection: "I think it is; it is over 400."

Sleepover Wages (Settlement) Bill - Second Reading (6 Oct 2011)

Speech: "Just noting the time, I seek leave for the House to sit beyond 6 p.m. this evening to complete the business outlined in the urgency motion."

Urgency (6 Oct 2011)

Speech: "I move, That urgency be accorded the passing through their remaining stages of the Video Camera Surveillance (Temporary Measures) Bill, the Sleepover Wages (Settlement) Bill, and the adjournment debate. Last week I outlined, with some particularity, the reasons why these bills required the urgent attention of the House."

Member Vacancy - Te Atatū Electoral District—Hon Chris Carter (6 Oct 2011)

Speech expand: "I move, That pursuant to section 131(a) of the Electoral Act 1993, a vacancy in the Te Atatū Electoral District having arisen in the period of six months prior to the date of the expiration of this Parliament, no writ be issued for the election of a ..."

Economy—Minister’s Statement (6 Oct 2011)

Interjection: "The question asked what the new Government inherited. That was quite different to the way it was put by Mr Cunliffe, and I suggest that the Minister of Finance does have some responsibility for the state of affairs he inherited."

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