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Tuesday, 14 May 1968


Mr HASLUCK (CURTIN, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) (Minister for External Affairs) - The Government has, of course, been following very closely the recent events in Czechoslovakia, as, indeed, it follows closely and tries to understand events and changes that take place in many countries. I do not propose to make a statement to the House solely on the question of Czechoslovakia, but there would be other opportunities, under the forms of the House, for any honourable member to express an opinion on this matter. I assume that, subject to what the Leader of the House says, the earliest such opportunity will occur tonight on the motion to adjourn the House.







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