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Thursday, 9 May 1968


Mr GORTON - The Opposition need have no worry that it will be hearing my views at first hand in this House on matters of national importance when they arise. Indeed I look forward with great zest - I think that is the word - to letting them be known. As to reports of what happens in other places, that is not a matter that I think could or should be discussed in this House. One hears on occasions various reports of the number of people who voted for this man and the number who voted for that man in other caucus meetings. We do not seek to find out whether these are completely accurately reported because the results are always, of course, and at a moment's notice, changeable.







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