2014 Autumn Repeal Day

RegulationReporting on Regulatory Performance
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Publication author(s):
Department of the Prime Minister and Ageing
Publication abstract:

First repeal day - in the House of Representatives on Wednesday 26 March.

The first repeal day was in the House of Representatives on Wednesday 26 March.

On Wednesday 19 March, following a statement by the Prime Minister, the Government introduced legislation and tabled documents to repeal  more than 10,000 pieces and more than 50,000 pages of legislation and regulation and save over $700 million of compliance costs from across the economy.

Summary

Ministerial Statements

Prime Minister - Hon Tony Abbott MP

Bills

Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister – Hon Josh Frydenberg MP

Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer – Hon Steve Ciobo MP

  • Corporations Amendment (Streamlining of Future of Financial Advice) Bill 2014 - Bill | Hansard | Video

Minister for Agriculture – Hon Barnaby Joyce MP

  • Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Removing Re–approval and Re–registration) Bill 2014 - Bill | Hansard | Video

Minister for Education – Hon Christopher Pyne MP

  • Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 - Bill | Hansard | Video

Minister for Justice – Hon Michael Keenan MP

  • Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Amendment (Decision Making Instruments and Other Measures) Bill 2014 - Bill | Hansard | Video

Minister for Social Services – Hon Kevin Andrews MP

  • Australian Charities and Not–for–profit Commission Repeal Bill 2014 - Bill | Hansard | Video

Minister for Small Business – Hon Bruce Billson MP

Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Industry – Hon Bob Baldwin MP

Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister – Hon Josh Frydenberg MP

  • Independent National Security Legislation Monitor Repeal Bill 2014 - Bill | Hansard | Video
  • Personal Property Securities Amendment (Deregulatory Measures) Bill 2014 - Bill | Hansard | Video

Legislative instruments

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