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Thursday, 4 April 1968


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER -Does the honourable member for Angas claim to have been misrepresented?


Mr Giles - I do. There was an insinuation running through the speech of the honourable member for Macquarie (Mr Luchetti), and more latterly-


Mr Luchetti - I rise to order, Mr Deputy Speaker. The honourable member for Angas used the words: 'An insinuation running through'. This is not a personal explanation. I did not mention the honourable member's name.


Mr Giles - Mr Deputy Speaker, this explanation is in relation to the- Chowilla Dam.


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER -Order! I point out to the honourable member for Angas that he has claimed to have been misrepresented. There must be a direct misrepresentation in a remark that has been made by another honourable member about the honourable member.


Mr Giles - I cannot claim that it is a personal misrepresentation so much as a misrepresentation of facts. May I proceed on that basis?


Mr DEPUTY SPEAKER -The honourable member may claim misrepresentation only on a personal basis.







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