Relationship between the Parliament and the Executive

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A full-day seminar for public sector officers covering the relationship between Parliament and the Executive.

This full-day seminar is designed to give public sector officers a detailed knowledge and understanding of the processes and procedures the Parliament uses to scrutinise the actions of Executive Government. This full-day seminar is designed to give public sector officers a detailed knowledge and understanding of the processes and procedures the Parliament uses to scrutinise the actions of Executive Government. Topics covered include: the application of the doctrine of the separation of powers to Queensland's unicameral Parliament; reforms to the Parliamentary Committee system; the Budget and Estimates processes; scrutiny of the legislative process; and the role of a Minister at the parliamentary and Executive levels. Officers will have the opportunity to observe the Parliament at work during Question Time and also to participate in a session with a Minister to discuss the Minister's parliamentary and Executive roles and responsibilities. A tour of the Parliament and its historical environs is included.

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General Admission $375.00

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