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INSPECTOR-GENERAL OF INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY BILL 1986
AUSTRALIAN SECURITY INTELLIGENCE ORGANIZATION AMENDMENT BILL 1986
INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY (CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS) BILL 1986

Order of the Day read for the adjourned debate on the motion of the Minister for Industry, Technology and Commerce (Senator Button)-That these Bills be now read a second time.

Debate resumed.

Ordered-That the Questions for the second reading of the Bills be put separately.

INSPECTOR-GENERAL OF INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY BILL 1986-

Question-That this Bill be now read a second time-put and passed.

AUSTRALIAN SECURITY INTELLIGENCE ORGANIZATION AMENDMENT BILL 1986-

Question-That this Bill be now read a second time-put.

The Senate divided

AYES, 31

Senators- Aulich Black Childs Coates Cook Cooney Crowley Devlin Elstob Georges Gietzelt Giles Grimes Haines Jones McIntosh (Teller) McKiernan Macklin Maguire Mason Morris Ray Reynolds Richardson Robertson Ryan Sanders Sibraa Tate Vigor Zakharov

NOES, 29

Senators- Alston Archer Baume, Michael Baume, Peter Bjelke-Petersen Boswell Brownhill Carrick, Sir John Chaney Collard Durack Guilfoyle, Dame Margaret Hamer Harradine Kilgariff MacGibbon Messner Newman Parer Puplick Reid (Teller) Sheil Short Teague Townley Vanstone Walters Watson Withers

And so it was resolved in the affirmative.

INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY (CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS) BILL 1986-

Question-That this Bill be now read a second time-put and passed.

Bills read a second time.

The Senate, according to Order, resolved itself into Committee for the consideration of the Bills.

In the Committee

Ordered-That the Bills be considered separately.

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Bill, by leave, taken as a whole.

Senator Durack, by leave, moved the following amendments together, viz:

Page 2, sub-clause 3 (1), definition of ""human rights'', lines 24 and 25, leave out the definition.

Page 3, paragraph 4 (b), lines 35 and 36, leave out the paragraph.

Page 5, sub-paragraph 8 (1) (a) (v), lines 4 to 7, leave out the sub-paragraph.

Pages 5 and 6, sub-paragraph 8 (2) (a) (iv), line 43 (page 5) to line 2 (page 6), leave out the sub-paragraph.

Page 6, sub-paragraph 8 (3) (b) (i), lines 21 to 24, leave out the sub-paragraph.

Debate ensued.

And it being 10.30 p.m.: The Chairman of Committees (Senator Hamer), under Sessional Order, put the Question-That he do leave the Chair and report to the Senate.

Question-put and passed.

The President resumed the Chair; and Senator Hamer reported accordingly.