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Friday, 26 July 1946


Mr CHIFLEY - I do not recollect having seen that statement by the Australian Broadcasting Commission. Recently, the honorable member asked me to consider the advisability of allowing to persons, who felt- aggrieved by statements made during the broadcasting of parliamentary proceedings, the right of reply. I promised to consider the request, and probably to discuss it with the PostmasterGeneral. I do not remember whether I had any intention at the time of discussing it with the chairman of the Australian Broadcasting Commission. Since then, I have had discussions with Mr. Boyer on certain other subjects. I shall take an opportunity to discuss the subject with the Minister, and possibly also with the Chairman of the Broadcasting Commission.







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