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Friday, 13 August 1920

Mr BRUCE (Flinders) .- I said on the second reading that I am opposed to penalties being included in a measure of this nature, the success of which must depend on the good-will of both sides. But the Committee will agree that the clause with which we are now dealing is in a different category. If a member of a Tribunal has not the decency to keep secret information that comes into his possession as a member of the Tribunal, we should not have any hesitation in imposing a penalty upon him.. I ask the Prime Minister whether some penalty should not be provided for in connexion with this clause as amended.

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