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Wednesday, 24 August 1983
Page: 175

Mr McVEIGH —Mr Deputy Speaker, I claim to have been misrepresented.

Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER —The honourable member for Darling Downs claims to have been misrepresented. He may proceed.

Mr McVEIGH —I shall be very brief, Mr Deputy Speaker, as always. I think that the Minister is very sensitive. If he has time to read his rather long speech-

Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER —Order! The honourable member will simply state where he has been misrepresented.

Mr McVEIGH —The Minister conveyed that I had misrepresented him. If he reads the statement, he will see that the word 'I' is repeated on many occasions, which means that it was his point of view. I thought that he was having eye trouble and that he should see an optometrist.