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Monday, 1 October 1906


Senator CLEMONS (Tasmania) . - In form B it is proposed to give certain directions to voters. I f the elector is in favour of the proposed alteration he will make a cross in the square opposite the word " yes," and if he does not approve he will make a cross in the square opposite the word " no. " I think that we might go a little further and indicate in more specific terms the question upon which the elector is required to record his vote. What is the use of asking him, " Do you approve of the proposed law for the alteration of the Constitution entitled," and then set out the title of the proposed law ? The title will convey nothing to him.







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