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Thursday, 27 June 1946

Mr CHIFLEY (MACQUARIE, NEW SOUTH WALES) (Prime Minister) - As I mentioned recently, and as honorable members-know, this report is a very large document of, I think, two or three volumes. 1 have already explained that it will not be possible to have it printed before the completion of other work which has to be done. The probability is, therefore, that some time will elapse before copies of the report will become available.

Mr Archie Cameron - Will it be printed before the next elections?

Mr CHIFLEY - If possible.

Mr Anthony - I have referred only to the summary.

Mr CHIFLEY - So that members might have an opportunity to, make themselves acquainted with the main portions of the report, a summary of it was prepared. I am prepared to make available to each member of the Parliament a copy of that summary, on the distinct understanding that it is to be regarded, not as an official document, but merely as what are regarded by those who prepared it as the essential features of the report.

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