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Thursday, 11 May 1972
Page: 2480


Mr Clyde Cameron (HINDMARSH, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - I would like to say something about clause 6 since the honourable member for Moreton (Mr Killen) has not risen to deal with it. The clause amends section 5 of the Act. It improves that section. However, it still does not give full protection from victimisation. I indicated in my second reading speech why it will not give full protection from victimisation and wrongful dismissal. I do not intend to talk any longer on this clause.

Clause 7 is a consequential clause which is to alter the law as a result of separating conciliation and arbitration. I will probably agree with what the honourable member for Moreton is about to say on this as well.







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