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MINUTES OF EVIDENCE

TAKEN BEFORE THE WELSH AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

MONDAY 21 OCTOBER 2002


Members present:


Mr Martyn Jones, in the Chair
Mr Martin CatonAdam Price
Dr Hywel FrancisMr Bill Wiggin
Julie MorganMr Roger Williams



CONTENTS

Examination of Witnesses

LORD ELIS-THOMAS, AM, a Member of the House of Lords, DR JOHN MAREK, AM, Deputy Presiding Officer, MR PAUL SILK, Clerk and MR PETER JONES, Counsel to Assembly Committees, National Assembly for Wales, examined.

Question Number

1-19

20-40

Memorandum submitted by Wales Legislation on-line, Cardiff Law School

Supplementary memorandum submitted by Wales legislation on-line, Cardiff Law School

Examination of Witnesses

PROFESSOR DAVID MIERS, Deputy Head, Cardiff Law School, MR DAVID LAMBERT, Research Fellow, Cardiff Law School; former Legal Adviser to the National Assembly for Wales, and MS MARIE NAVARRO, Research Associate, Cardiff Law School, examined.

Question Number

41-59

60-65

Memorandum submitted by the Institute of Welsh Affairs

Examination of Witnesses

MR JOHN OSMOND, Director and PROFESSOR KEITH PATCHETT, Emeritus Professor of Law, Cardiff University, Institute of Welsh Affairs, examined.

Question Number

66-79

80-82

Memorandum submitted by the Welsh Local Government Association

Examination of Witness

MR SANDY BLAIR, Director, Welsh Local Government Association, examined.

Question Number

83-93


 
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