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Thursday, 18 February 1932

Mr BEASLEY (West Sydney) . - I object to the suspension of the Standing Orders. The Prime Minister should, as a matter of courtesy, inform the leaders of each party of the proposed introduction of a measure so important as that which he has indicated. If the procedure adopted to-night is allowed to pass unchallenged .we shall have the Government continually interrupting discussions in order to bring on new business, practically without notice. I propose to use the forms of the House to register the protest of the section I represent against this infringement of the rights of honorable members.

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