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Wednesday, 2 November 1983
Page: 2173

Mr SPEAKER —The Leader of the Opposition has moved a motion. It has been seconded. I must now put the question before the House.

Mr Sinclair —Mr Speaker, I raise a point of order. The question just put before the House was that the honourable member be not further heard. There is a matter before the House. It is the suspension of Standing Orders--

Mr SPEAKER —Order! The matter is not before the House. I ask the Deputy Leader of the National Party to listen for a moment. I am about to put that question before the House, the motion having been seconded. The question is that so much of the Standing Orders be suspended as would prevent the honourable member for Sydney moving forthwith the motion of which he has given notice.