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Monday, 4 June 1984
Page: 2428

Senator GARETH EVANS (Attorney-General)(4.12) —I am afraid I am simply not in a position to give further and better particulars on those matters. The best I can do is undertake to take those questions on notice and give the honourable senator a reply. I think he will appreciate that he has had a number of opportunities to put the question in precisely those terms. I do not think-at least, not to my knowledge-he has done so, in the context of a particular transaction, until just now. It is a little difficult, under those circumstances , to anticipate fully the nature of the honourable senator's concern. But we will endeavour to meet it as best we can and hope that he will accept it on that basis. I am sure there will be plenty of other opportunities, other than those provided under these estimates, to pursue the matters in which the honourable senator has an interest.