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Tuesday, 9 May 1961

Mr Malcolm Fraser (WANNON, VICTORIA) - My question is addressed to the Minister for Primary Industry. Since the wool committee of inquiry will necessarily take some time to complete and submit its report if it is to do its work properly, will the Minister do what he can to prepare the ground so that the organizations concerned and the Government can deal with the matter expeditiously once the report is tabled? For example, since a decision on the report will involve a referendum of wool-growers, is any preparatory work being done on a roll of woolgrowers for the Commonwealth? If a roll were prepared and ready and electoral arrangements completed before the report was tabled, would not a considerable amount of time be saved?

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