The committee system in a parliamentary democracy provides a way of achieving greater public input into issues being considered by Parliament. The Parliament of Victoria has an extensive system of committees which hold inquiries into particular issues and call for input from the wider community, including experts, individuals, business and government organisations, to express their views.
The 57th Parliament expired on 4 November 2014. All Committees of the 57th Parliament ceased to exist on 4 November 2014, and any incomplete inquiries lapsed from that date. New Committees will be established in the 58th Parliament.
For further information, please contact the Committee Services Office on 03 86822800 or email@example.com; or see:
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|Inquiry into the CFA Training College at Fiskville|
|Report and Video - Inquiry into Community Pharmacy|
|Report - Inquiry into the 2014-15 Budget Estimates|
|Report - Inquiry into the establishment of an independent Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards in Victoria|