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POSTPONEMENTS

Senator Crossin moved—That general business notice of motion no. 187 standing in the names of Senators Crossin and Woodley for today, relating to the Northern Territory[quot ]s mandatory sentencing laws, be postponed till the next day of sitting.

Question put and passed.

Senator Margetts moved—That general business notice of motion no. 188 standing in the names of Senators Margetts and Brown for today, relating to the Government[quot ]s proposed wine equalisation tax, be postponed till the next day of sitting.

Question put and passed.


Senator Sherry moved—That general business notice of motion no. 184 standing in his name for today, relating to comments made by the Prime Minister concerning income tax, be postponed till the next day of sitting.

Question put and passed.

Senator Bartlett, at the request of Senator Bourne, moved—That general business notices of motion no. 144 (relating to the 50th anniversary of the Chinese invasion of Tibet) and no. 147 (human rights abuses in China and Tibet) standing in the name of Senator Bourne for today, be postponed till 25 May 1999.

Question put and passed.

Senator Brown moved—That general business notice of motion no. 178 standing in his name for today, relating to superannuation pension benefits for members of parliament, be postponed till 29 April 1999.

Question put and passed.

Senator O[quot ]Brien, at the request of Senator Bolkus, moved—That business of the Senate notice of motion no. 1 standing in the name of Senator Bolkus for today, relating to the reference of matters to the Legal and Constitutional References Committee, be postponed till the next day of sitting.

Question put and passed.