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Friday, 3 December 1976


Mr BOURCHIER (Bendigo) - I took note of what the honourable member for Wills (Mr Bryant) said and I thought that some of his comments- only some- were very sensible. But I think that he is totally out of order when he criticised this Government because it was the Leader of the House in his Government who took the greatest delight in telling us how many Bills Labor passed in one year- a record number of Bills- and did it without any regret. Simply, it wanted to say what a magnificent record it had. I agree, Mr Speaker, that there should be some consideration of this matter by the Parliament. I know that you have thoughts regarding this matter. We all have thoughts on it. We all agree with the remarks of the honourable member for Wills (Mr Bryant) but there is no point in his or any other member's, blaming one party or another party for something that has been going on for years. I think he is trying to play trade politics and it does not become him.







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