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Wednesday, 10 November 1976


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER -Does the honourable member claim to have been misrepresented?


Mr NEIL - Yes. The honourable member for Wills (Mr Bryant) implied that I had called on people to use violence. How anyone could read into my speech a call for the underprivileged and the handicapped to use violence I cannot imagine. The context of my speech makes it plain that no such inference can be drawn. I reject any such inference.

Mr BRYANT( Wills)-Mr Deputy Speaker, I, too, wish to make a personal explanation.


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER -Does the honourable member claim to have been misrepresented?


Mr BRYANT -Yes. The honourable member for St George (Mr Neil) presumes to misread the language which I used. I said that he called for violence because he asked people to storm the New South Wales Parliament House. If that is not what he said, I will be happy to see it expunged from the Hansard record. But, in fact, that is what we heard on this side of the House. He might have a different wavelength over there.







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