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NOTICES OF MOTION

Notices of Motion were given, as follows-

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

That the Senate-

(a) notes the death, in police custody, of Dr Neil Aggett;

(b) condemns the South African Government for providing no satisfactory explanation for his death; and

(c) registers its opposition to those provisions of the South African Terrorism Act under which he was imprisoned for unspecified reasons with no charge being laid against him.

Senator Sibraa: That, on the next day of sitting, he would move-That the Senate views with grave concern the persistent Government mismanagement of Australia's national and international airlines, in particular-

(a) the proposed sale of the Wentworth Hotel, the only profitable area of Qantas operations, and Qantas House in Sydney;

(b) the ever increasing interest bills arising from the Government's failure to provide adequate capital funds to Qantas;

(c) the confusion surrounding pricing, fare schedules and management of Trans Australia Airlines and Ansett; and

(d) the proposal that Trans Australia Airlines might be sold to private enterprise.

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

(a) expresses its deep sympathy to the family and friends of Dr Neil Aggett, who died in mysterious circumstances in a prison cell in South Africa in which he was enduring solitary confinement; and

(b) requests the President to convey this message to those concerned.