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Wednesday, 31 May 1972
Page: 3331


Mr LYNCH (Flinders) (Minister for Labour and National Service) - I move:

That amendments Nos 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 be agreed to.


Mr Webb - Will you explain how you intend to handle that?


Mr LYNCH - I understand from discussions with honourable members opposite that the amendments bearing the numbers that I have read to the Committee, which therefore are the subject of this motion, will be the subject of debate by members of the Opposition, but will not be the subject of a division. At a later hour of this day 1 will move separately in relation to the 2 amendments, Nos 1 and 7, which the honourable member for Stirling (Mr Webb) has foreshadowed to me will be the subject of a division. The amendments that have been specified in the motion have in fact been the subject of canvass in the Senate already. It would not be my intention at this stage to go over again ground that has already been covered in that place. Therefore I have simply moved that amendments Nos 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 be agreed to. That is in accordance with the understanding which I made with the honourable member for Stirling.







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