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Thursday, 23 March 1972
Page: 886


Senator MURPHY (New South WalesLeader of the Opposition) - Mr President--


Senator Sir Kenneth Anderson - May I speak?


The PRESIDENT - Yes, if Senator Murphy yields to you.


Senator Sir Kenneth Anderson - It is in relation to procedure.


Senator MURPHY - I was about to speak in relation to procedure.I think Senator McManus should move his amendment. Depending on its fateI could move an amendment which would be a simple one.


The PRESIDENT - I am quite agreeable to that procedure. That is the proper procedure. I did not want to do that unless everyone was happy. Senator Sir Kenneth Anderson, are you agreeable to that procedure?


Senator Sir Kenneth Anderson - As the Minister in charge of the Bill and having all the power and glory of the Leader of the Government in the Senate, that was what I was about to propose.


The PRESIDENT - Senator McManus,your foreshadowed amendment is now under discussion.







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