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Tuesday, 7 December 1965


Mr DALY (GRAYNDLER, NEW SOUTH WALES) - I direct a question to the Treasurer in his capacity as Leader of the House. Would it be correct to say that in line with stated Government policy of removing restrictions, all future parliamentary debates on Government legislation will, subject of course to the House agreeing, continue unlimited by time or by the Government? If so, does this indicate that with the advent of the New Year Parliament will reach the promised land of uninterrupted debate with no gag and no guillotine? If riot, were recent events motivated more by the future political ambitions of the Leader of the House than by a desire for a temporary return to democracy?







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