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Wednesday, 4 May 1932


Mr PROWSE (FORREST, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) - Lang is a bit slick, and cannot be given a chance.


Mr SCULLIN - This Parliament should, not be treated with scant courtesy merely because the Government cannot get all its own way, or because its attempts to move expeditiously have not been so successful as it expected them te be. It is not fair that a bill should be thrown on the table without notice with a request that it be passed immediately. I also oppose this motion, because its object is to enable the Government to take yet another step along the dangerous road that it is travelling.







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