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Tuesday, 3 December 1974
Page: 3001


Senator MULVIHILL (NEW SOUTH WALES) - I address my question to the Minister representing the Minister for Immigration. By way of preface I refer to bombing threats that were made to those who attended the Sydney Town Hall on Friday night last when, in addition to representatives of the Australian Government, representatives of Sir Robert Askin, the New South Wales Premier, were present. It is in that context that I ask for an early conference between the Minister for Labor and Immigration, Mr Cameron, and the Attorney-General, Senator Murphy, to see that there will be no appeasement of people like Suljak who appeared before a committee of this Senate as martyrs but who will be proved by events to be wrongdoers? How long will the police, Federal and State, have to work their guts out and see nothing for their efforts due to the continuation of these bombing threats?


Senator BISHOP (SOUTH AUSTRALIA) (Postmaster-General) -I will forward Senator Mulvihill 's comments and his request that Mr Clyde Cameron should meet the AttorneyGeneral in connection with the matters he has raised.







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