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Thursday, 25 October 1973
Page: 2698


Mr MALCOLM FRASER - I said I was asking for leave to table 2 documents.


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER -I am sorry; what is your second document?


Mr MALCOLM FRASER - I ask for leave again to table a document which the honourable member for Mackellar (Mr Wentworth) sought leave to incorporate when he was speaking during the Grievance Day debate. Apparently there was some difference, I think, between the Minister for Immigration, who was at the table, and the honourable member for

Mackellar because the honourable member was under the impression that the PostmasterGeneral (Mr Lionel Bowen) had given leave for the document to be incorporated and the Minister for Immigration would not. I am asking for leave again to table the document which proves that what the honourable member for Mackellar said was true.


Mr Daly - It is not granted; sit down.


Mr MALCOLM FRASER - If it is tabled, all honourable members could read it.


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER - Can I clarify the position? I understood the honourable member for Mackellar to have asked earlier for the incorporation of the document. The honourable member for Wannon has now sought leave to table it.


Mr Lionel Bowen (KINGSFORD-SMITH, NEW SOUTH WALES) - Could I have leave to make a short statement?


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER - As I understand it at the moment we are seeking leave to table a document.







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