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Wednesday, 1 December 1965

Mr KILLEN (Moreton) .- Mr. Chairman,I just want to ask one question of the Attorney-General. Clause 12 has given rise to a considerable measure of public disquiet. People who have looked at it have concluded that it will open the floodgates for the appointment to the proposed Trade Practices Tribunal of members of the Commonwealth Public Service. I can readily understand that from time to time a member of the Tribunal would be drawn from the Public Service. The Minister has, I hope, put himself in a position to give us an assurance that for his part and certainly for the Government's part this Tribunal will not be allowed to become a Public Service preserve. I can assure him that there is already a great deal of disquiet on this account.

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