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Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights



Tuesday, September 27, 2011

[Recorded by Electronic Apparatus]



     Being that we're a little bit late--the committee was called for 8:45--I will call to order the third meeting of the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights.
     I think the clerk has distributed the minutes of a recent subcommittee report. Perhaps everybody could have a look at it. It's a short-term path for moving forward on the agenda.
    Do you need a motion to adopt it? I move the adoption.
    Do we have a seconder? Mr. Comartin.
    (Motion agreed to) [See Minutes of Proceedings]
    The Chair: Thank you.
    The clerk has also distributed a calendar. Are there any issues you want to discuss before we go in camera to deal with the report? We're not out too far; I think the issue was that we were not really certain when the bill was going to get to us. It might be more defined later today.
    Next Tuesday we will have those delegations here.
    Is everybody satisfied with that calendar? Okay.
    We need to move in camera while we discuss the report that needs to be discussed.
    [Proceedings continue in camera]
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