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Thursday, 18 November 1976

Mr BRYANT (Wills) - I have just one or two things to say. Earlier the AttorneyGeneral (Mr Ellicott) said that this legislation was in the national interest and that he was surprised that I was not supporting it. I want to say quite clearly now that I consider the processes of this Parliament, its right to the proper scrutiny of legislation and the duty of its membership to examine every piece of legislation which affects the rights and freedoms of citizens as much more important than defeating Westinghouse.

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