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Notices of Motion were given, as follows-- Senator Macklin: That, on the next day of sitting, he would move--That leave be given to introduce a Bill for an Act to alter the restrictions on the broadcasting and televising of election matter in an election.

Senator McLaren: That, on the next day of sitting, he would move--That the Senate--

(a) notes that the warning by Senator McLaren in his Notice of Motion given on 25 March 1981 relating to the shortfall in the South Australian Revenue Account, has now become a stark reality--the warning being that the transfer by the Liberal Premier of South Australia, Mr Tonkin, of monies from the State's Loan Account to compensate for the shortfall in the Revenue Account would have a serious effect on State housing and transport needs;

(b) notes that the total amount of transfer funds from the Loan Account now stands at $81 million; and

(c) congratulates the Leader of the Opposition in the South Australian Legislative Council, Mr Chris Sumner, M.L.C., for carrying out the close check on recent State Budgets which reveals that the 1981 Tonkin Budget is the most disastrous in modern South Australian history.