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Thursday, 4 July 1946
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Mr CHIFLEY (MACQUARIE, NEW SOUTH WALES) (Prime Minister) - A question on this subject was asked while the Minister for External Affairs was in the House. He then said - and this represents the views of the Government - that he believed that the Government ought not to be asked to make a judgment until the facts had been investigated. I understand that the subject has been investigated by a committee, and that certain recommendations have been made. . The final decision will, of course, be taken by the United Nations. I do not know what particular statements the honorable member had in mind when asking his question. .







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