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Tuesday, 29 March 1966


Mr HAROLD HOLT (Higgins) (Prime Minister) . - I have no wish to prevent the honorable member for Reid (Mr. Uren) from putting his own view on this subject and the facts as he sees them. Tonight he will have an opportunity to do that while the House is on the air. The Parliament has business to deal with. I gave the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Calwell) an opportunity, as he requested, to state the case for his party. I followed that by giving an opportunity to the Deputy Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Whitlam). Each side of the Parliament has produced two speakers on the matters that are in controversy. Other members of the Parliament no doubt would also like to be heard, including the honorable member for Yarra (Dr. J. F. Cairns). They will have opportunities under the forms of the House, when other subject matters come forward, to go into this fully.







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