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Thursday, 14 September 1972
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(Senator Durackproceeding to address a question to Senator Rae in his capacity as Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Securities and Exchange)


The PRESIDENT - Order! I do not want to deprive the honourable senator of an opportunity to ask a question, but earlier I said that I hoped that no more questions would be addressed to the Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Securities and Exchange. I suggested that I should take an opportunity to discuss the matter with the Chairman of the Committee. This suggestion seemed to find general acceptance in the Senate. If the honourable senator intended to re-open the matter which I asked earlier be not opened, I would be grateful if he withdrew the question.


Senator Durack - I accept your ruling. I simply ask whether the matter can be clarified or ventilated at a later hour this day.


The PRESIDENT - Under the forms of the Senate this can be done.







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