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Thursday, 13 September 1984
Page: 1266

Mr HOWARD(4.30) —Mr Deputy Speaker, just before I move the adjournment of this matter, may I take the opportunity to comment on that part of the Gyles report that deals with the substance of the exchange that just took place--

Mr Young —Mr Deputy Speaker--

Mr HOWARD —Are you trying to stifle debate on it?

Mr Young —No. Actually I am very keen to have a debate on all of these matters, but we are not going to do it now.

Mr HOWARD —Ah! When are you going to do it?

Mr Young —You adjourn it and we will bring it back for you the next week we come back.

Mr HOWARD —I am not willing to accept the Minister's dictates as to the nature of the adjournment motion I move. If he wants to silence me on this he will have to gag me. During our exchange the Treasurer (Mr Keating) talked about--

Mr Keating —Mr Deputy Speaker, I take a point of order.

Motion (by Mr Young) put:

That the question be now put.