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Kate Ellis March 7, 2007

Posted by Amanda in Australian politics, politics.

Is it a coincidence that perhaps the most attractive member of the Opposition benches is seated so prominently in the House of Representatives?

According to the Guide to Procedures : “… Members have allotted seats. A Member’s request for the allocation of a seat should be made to the Serjeant-at-Arms but any question arising regarding the seats to be occupied by Members is determined by the Speaker (S.O. 24(b)). A Member is entitled to retain the seat occupied at the end of the previous Parliament (S.O. 24(a)) (except when a change of government necessitates a change of sides).”

See a better picture of Kate Ellis here.

And one of her in action here.




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