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Tuesday, 26 November 1974
Page: 2755

Senator CHANEY (Western Australia) - I think that the comments just made by Senator Everett are not quite correct, because if he opposes amendment No. 33 and in fact it is defeated, no harm at all is done by adding the words that it is now proposed to add in amendment No. 32.

Senator Everett - I realise that. That is why I hope that amendment No. 33 will be defeated, and that is why I spoke as I did.

Senator CHANEY - 1 think we can take it that what Senator Everett has said is not addressed against amendment No. 32 in its amended form.

The CHAIRMAN - The question is that the words proposed to be inserted by Senator Missen 's amendment, as amended, be agreed to.

Senator Wood - Can you give us the wording?

The CHAIRMAN - The wording is: 'and such number of Senior Judges and other Judges not exceeding six in total, or such greater number as may be pescribed by Regulations from time to time'. The question is that the amendment, as amended, be agreed to.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

Amendment, as amended, agreed to.

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