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TELECOMMUNICATIONS (INTERCEPTION) AMENDMENT BILL 1987-DECLARATION OF URGENCY AND ALLOTMENT OF TIMES-

Declaration of Urgency: The Manager of Government Business (Senator Evans), having declared the Telecommunications (Interception) Amendment Bill 1987 to be an Urgent Bill, moved-That this Bill be considered an Urgent Bill.

Question put and passed, Senator Vigor, pursuant to Standing Order 168, having recorded his vote for the Noes.

Allotment of times: Senator Evans moved-That the Bill be considered together with the Bills in the Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Bill 1987 and associated Bills, and that the allotment of time be varied from 4 hours for all stages of the Bills to 3 hours for second reading, 55 minutes for committee stage and 5 minutes for remaining stages.

Closure: Senator Evans moved-That the Question be now put.

Question-That the Question be now put-put and passed.

Question-That the consideration of the Bill together with the Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Bill 1987 and associated Bills, and the allotment of times be agreed to-put and passed, Senator Vigor, pursuant to Standing Order 168, having recorded his vote for the Noes.