Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Questions without Notice
Senator Wong, as I said, I think, in my view, as long as the minister is talking about—
Honourable senators interjecting—
I will rule when there's silence. As long as the minister is addressing the specific change in the question, about that part of the code, I think the minister is being directly relevant. I can't direct her how to answer a question, but she must be specific to that specific change and the very specific nature of that question. I believe, at the point that point of order was raised, the minister was talking about that specific change. Senator McKenzie.