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Wednesday, 11 December 1974
Page: 3404


Senator WHEELDON (Western AustraliaMinister for Repatriation and Compensation) - The high sign, as I think it is called, has already been given to me by one of my colleagues. So I do not think that there is any point in pursuing this matter very far. I can see the problems which have been raised by Senator Carrick. The Government will not accept the amendment. No doubt, in view of the sign that has been made to me, this matter will be going again to the House of Representatives. It is possible that it will be dealt with there in a manner which is more satisfactory to the Opposition and to others including, I have to confess, myself who have certain misgivings about the present wording of the relevant clause.

Clause negatived.

Clause 70 agreed to.







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