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Wednesday, 1 December 1965


Mr KILLEN (Moreton) .- Mr. Chairman,I do not want to use the spurs on the Attorney-General but I had hoped that he could be persuaded to answer the questions that have been raised in Committee. I rise with respect to Clause 11 and refer to the drafting position as it now stands covering the presidential member as well as the nominated members of the Tribunal. Earlier this afternoon the Attorney-General suggested -


Mr Snedden - I made a note of the honorable member's points and I will reply to them if he will wait until other honorable members have spoken.


Mr KILLEN - I am sorry. The Chairman was about to put the question in relation to this clause. It was my clear understanding that the Chairman was about to do so. That was the sole reason that prompted me to rise and ask the AttorneyGeneral whether he had intended to reply to the matters that had been raised.







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