The Hon. C.M. SCRIVEN (14:27): Supplementary, Mr President.
The PRESIDENT: One further supplementary.
The Hon. C.M. SCRIVEN: Will the minister please answer when she disposed of the shares in Healthscope and IRESS? If she will not, why won't she be transparent about a possible conflict of interest?
The Hon. J.M.A. LENSINK (Minister for Human Services) (14:27): These issues have been extensively canvassed through estimates. I have complied. I am—
The Hon. J.M.A. LENSINK: I have complied with the requirements of disclosure.
The Hon. T.A. FRANKS: Point of order, Mr President.
The PRESIDENT: Point of order, the Hon. Ms Franks.
The PRESIDENT: The Hon. Ms Franks, just sit down for a moment. Let's let them get it out of their system.
The PRESIDENT: Leader of the Opposition, there is a point of order.
The Hon. T.A. FRANKS: Is it parliamentary in this debate to interject accusations that something should be referred to ICAC? Is that parliamentary?
The PRESIDENT: I didn't hear it, but if it was—
The Hon. T.A. FRANKS: I did, and I am sure I wasn't alone.
The PRESIDENT: —it was inappropriate and the member should withdraw it.
The Hon. R.P. WORTLEY: I didn't say—it's in Hansard. I did not say that it would be referred to ICAC, I said that it could be an issue for ICAC. That's totally different. That is totally different.
The PRESIDENT: Order! I accept the explanation, the Hon. Mr Wortley. The Hon. Ms Bourke.