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Wednesday, 24 May 1972
Page: 3007

Motion (by Mir N. H. Bowen) agreed to:

That so much of the standing orders be suspended as would prevent a Consular Privileges and Immunities Bill and 7 associated Bills -

(a)   being presented and read a first time together and one motion being moved without delay and one question being put in regard to, respectively, the second readings, the committee's report stage, and the third readings, of all the Bills together, and

(b)   the consideration of the Bills in one committee of the whole.

Mr Daly - 1 rise to ask a question about a point of procedure, Mr Deputy Speaker.

In view of the fact that this morning at question time it was ruled that you did not know the Standing Orders, should it now be taken that you are competent to preside over the Parliament?

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