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Thursday, 14 May 1970


The CHAIRMAN - The question now is: That clauses 27 to 41 be agreed to.


Mr Reynolds - 1 raise a point of order. Does this mean that 2 other amendments, one standing in the name of the honourable member for Bendigo (Mr Kennedy) and the other in my name, are not even to be moved let alone discussed?


The CHAIRMAN - Yes.


Mr Reynolds - What a disgrace! What a farce!


The CHAIRMAN - Order! The Time allotted has expired.


Mr Hayden - The Opposition is voting against the question that clauses 27 to 41 be agreed to.


The CHAIRMAN - Does the Opposition want a division?


Mr Hayden - Yes. This is farcical. We have 2 proposed amendments which so far have not been put before the Committee. This is a vital Bil). Surely we are going to have some intensive consideration of these. Otherwise we are wasting our time in coming here.


The CHAIRMAN - Order! The honourable member for Oxley will resume his seat. Ring the bells.







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