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Thursday, 17 March 1966


Dr MACKAY (Evans) .- I do not intend to divert myself, although it is most tempting, to any kind of analysis of the expostulations of the apostle of peace, to whom we have just been listening. However, I would like to refer to one point. He gave his recipe for peace in Vietnam. He mentioned two points. The first is a cease fire and the second is a conference between Hanoi, the National Liberation Front and South Vietnam. In short, he gave in a few words the world wide publicised aims of the Communist Party and the clear statement of the Communist cause, namely, that the only people who can talk peace in that area are the people in Vietnam themselves; the Americans mast first withdraw. The only people to attend a conference must be Hanoi, the National Liberation Front and South Vietnam.


Mr Reynolds - He also said the United States and China.


Dr MACKAY - That' is not how I heard it. However, we will look at the " Hansard " report.


Mr James - Mr. Deputy Speaker, I have been misrepresented by the honorable member for Evans who, apart from mentioning-







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