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GOVERNMENT PAPERS-CONSIDERATION

The following Government Papers were considered pursuant to Sessional Order:

Human Rights Commission-Report on the Passports Act 1938-Debate resumed on the motion of Senator Cooney to take note of Paper-Motion agreed to.

Family Law Council-Annual Report 1984-85-Debate resumed on the motion of Senator Harradine to take note of Paper-Motion agreed to.

Automotive Industry Authority-Annual Report 1984-85-Debate resumed on the motion of Senator Watson to take note of Paper.

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

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority-Annual Report 1984-85-Debate resumed on the motion of Senator Missen to take note of Paper-Motion agreed to.

Australia-Japan Foundation-Annual Report 1984-85-Debate resumed on the motion of Senator Harradine to take note of Paper.

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

Australian Capital Territory Electricity Authority-Annual Report 1984-85-Motion of Senator Reid to take note of Paper agreed to.

Law Reform Commission-Annual Report 1984-85-Motion of Senator Haines to take note of Paper agreed to.

Department of Transport-Annual Report 1984-85-Debate resumed on the motion of Senator Sir John Carrick to take note of Paper.

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

Australian Atomic Energy Commission-Annual Report 1984-85-Debate resumed on the motion of Senator Sir John Carrick to take note of Paper.

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

Pursuant to Sessional Order, consideration of Government Papers was interrupted.