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Tuesday, 16 March 1965


Senator PALTRIDGE - The honorable senator races in front of himself if he assumes that whatever electoral proposals are laid before this House will be a gerrymander. I advise him to wait until he sees the proposals, when he will be able to make a considered judgment upon them. Whether he agrees' with the proposals or not, his comments at that time may be intelligible. They are not now.







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