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Thursday, 9 March 1972
Page: 635

Senator MURPHY (New South WalesLeader of the Opposition) - The Opposition sees no difficulty with these clauses, assuming that there is to be an amendment of some kind to Part VI of the Bill. However, we would not like to be prejudiced in the consideration of Part VII of the Bill by anything that may or may not occur with respect to Part VI. The Opposition really does not oppose the substance of Part VII except in respect of clause 45. In fairness, if there are considerations which would affect Part VI, we would not like to lose any ground in respect of Part VH. By agreeing to Part VII we do not anticipate giving away anything that is involved in Part VI. Subject to that, we would not mind dealing with Part VII if the Attorney-General (Senator Greenwood) would prefer to go on with it.

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