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Tuesday, 7 December 1965


Mr KILLEN (Moreton) (1:27 AM) .- As one who has striven throughout this debate to try to achieve some alterations to the Bill, I join with the sentiments expressed by the Treasurer and Leader of the House (Mr. Harold Holt). In congratulating the Attorney-General (Mr. Snedden) I do not disguise from him the mixed feelings I have regarding some of its provisions. While I am on my feet, I would like to thank honorable members for the patience they have shown towards me. I know that my views have not always been received with rapture. Nevertheless, I sought to sustain them. I think that time alone will show whether or not what we have done today and have concluded tonight is a cause for exaltation.







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