Labor and the Greens have defeated the Opposition's attempt to force the Premier to explain why the Government has tabled incomplete forest peace deal legislation.
The Government's bill will protect more forests from logging under the peace deal.
The bill sets up a committee to oversee changes in the industry but does not outline the areas, or size, of forest to be protected.
The Opposition Leader, Will Hodgman, moved to suspend normal Parliamentary proceedings after confirming the bill did not identify forests.
He said it would continue uncertainty in the forest industry.
The Premier, Lara Giddings, told Parliament the Government was fostering a peace agreement to deal with the industry downturn.
"Not one stunt is going to help the people who are suffering through the forest industry," she said.
"Markets have changed.
The Greens leader, Nick McKim, said there would be plenty of time to scrutinise the legislation when Parliament resumed after the eight-week winter break.
"No-one ever thought it was going to be an easy process.
No cork-popping around here," he said.
Industry and conservationists negotiating an agreement have until July 23 to strike a deal.