Whether a Supplementary is Arising From the Answer

The Hon. K.J. MAHER (Leader of the Opposition) (15:03): I seek leave to ask a supplementary about the results of the Joyce review, which the minister—

The PRESIDENT: Well, if it’s not arising out his answer you don’t have the right of a supplementary. You have to—

The Hon. K.J. MAHER: No, I have a supplementary question in relation to the Joyce review that the minister referred to in his answer to the question.

The PRESIDENT: Well, I will listen to the supplementary and then I will make a ruling.

The Hon. K.J. MAHER: The minister referred to the Joyce review and the programs to be funded or not funded under the Joyce review, of which Brand SA is one. Is the minister aware of whether the Premier has advised Peter Joy, Chair of Brand SA, in the last 48 hours that funding from Brand SA has been stripped?

The PRESIDENT: That is not necessarily a supplementary arising out of the original, but the minister can answer if he wishes.

The Hon. K.J. MAHER: Supplementary arising out of the answer—

The PRESIDENT: The minister hasn’t given you any more information—

The Hon. K.J. MAHER: —is the minister aware of the consequences of misleading the chamber?

Members interjecting:

The PRESIDENT: No, you are not going to answer the question. The Hon. Ms Lee, you have the call.

Members interjecting:

The PRESIDENT: Order! The Hon. Ms Lee, you have the call.

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