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The Minister for Industry and Commerce (Senator Button), by leave, made a statement in relation to the customs surveillance of Mr Abraham Saffron, in answer to a Question without Notice on 5 September 1984, and laid upon the Table the following Papers: Customs Surveillance-Abraham Saffron- Customs file containing copies of 22 documents relating to the customs surveillance of Mr Abraham Saffron.

Letter from Mr Justice Lionel Murphy to the Minister for Industry and Commerce, dated 6 September 1984.

Report of Committee of Permanent Heads on allegations in The National Times dated 4-10 August 1984, dated 4 September 1984.

The Leader of the Australian Democrats (Senator Chipp), by leave, moved-That the Senate take note of the Statement and Papers.

Ordered-That the debate be adjourned till the next day of sitting, and that Senator Chipp have leave to continue his speech on the resumption of the debate.