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Tuesday, 2 June 1970


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER (Mr Luchetti (MACQUARIE, NEW SOUTH WALES) - Order! I ask the honourable member to write out his amendment before I call on the next speaker.


Dr PATTERSON - Yes, I will do that. If we had this information we could intelligently debate this and other projects. Such information in respect of all projects - beef roads, irrigation projects and power houses, whether coal fired or nuclear powered - should be made available. Surely the Parliament is entitled to know the technical evaluation. The Opposition accepts the fact that political judgments are necessary but we want to know details of the technical evaluations. I move:

That all words after 'That' be omitted with a view to inserting the following words in place thereof: the technical evaluation and any cost benefit analyses carried out by the Commonwealth for the project near Bundaberg be made available to this House'

The Opposition wholeheartedly supports the irrigation project at Bundaberg. We hope that many more such projects as good as this one will be backed by. the Government.


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER (Mr Luchetti - Order! Is the amendment seconded?







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