Snapshot of Assembly’s work
A total of 332 bills introduced to the Victorian Parliament became law during the last four-year term.
The figure is detailed in statistics on the Legislative Assembly's work in the 57th Parliament, which are now available online.
Spanning the years 2010-14, the statistics cover the lower house's days and hours of sitting, questions, petitions, bills and grievance debates.
There were 197 sitting days, with the longest sitting day in the Assembly lasting more than 14 hours.
More than 12,000 questions were asked, 80 per cent of which were questions on notice presented in writing to be answered by government ministers.
There were also 895 petitions with more than 500,000 signatures collected.
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- Published: Thursday, 15 January 2015 11:36