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CRIMES AMENDMENT BILL 1982

The Senate, according to Order, resolved itself into Committee for the consideration of Message No. 293 of the House of Representatives.

In the Committee

Message read.

SCHEDULE OF THE AMENDMENTS MADE BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

No. 1-Clause 6, page 4, lines 18 and 19, omit paragraph (1) (d).

No. 2-Clause 7, pages 4 to 6, omit the clause.

The Attorney-General (Senator Durack) moved-That the amendments made by the House of Representatives be agreed to.

Debate ensued.

Question-put and passed.

Resolution to be reported.

The Deputy-President (Senator McClelland) resumed the Chair; and the Temporary Chairman of Committees (Senator Collard) reported that the Committee had considered Message No. 293 of the House of Representatives relating to the Crimes Amendment Bill 1982 and had agreed to the amendments made by the House of Representatives in the Bill.

On the motion of Senator Durack the Report from the Committee was adopted.