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AUSTRALIAN CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION

-Message from the House of Representatives: The following Message from the House of Representatives was reported: MR PRESIDENT, Message No. 144 The House of Representatives acquaints the Senate of the following Resolution which was agreed to by the House on 22 May 1985: That the resolution of the House of Representatives of 21 May 1985, concerning the delegation from the Commonwealth Parliament to the Australian Constitutional Convention, be amended, as follows: (1) paragraph (1) (a)-omit ''4 shall be members of the Senate and 8'', substitute ''5 shall be members of the Senate and 7'';

(2) paragraph (1) (b)-omit ''8 Members of the House of Representatives comprise 4 members of the Australian Labor Party, 3'', substitute ''7 Members of the House of Representatives comprise 4 members of the Australian Labor Party, 2''; and

(3) paragraph (2) (b)-omit ''2 other Members'', substitute ''another Member''. House of Representatives, H. A. JENKINS, Canberra, 30 May 1985 Speaker Senate delegates: The President informed the Senate that he had received advice from the Leader of the Government, the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate and the Leader of the Australian Democrats, notifying the following Senate delegates to the Australian Constitutional Convention: Government delegates-the Minister for Resources and Energy (Senator Gareth Evans) and Senator Tate.

Opposition delegates-Senators Durack and Peter Rae. Australian Democrat delegate-Senator Macklin.