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Thursday, 1 April 1971


Senator MULVIHILL - I direct a question to the Leader of the Government in the senate. When the Prime Minister makes his statement on the effects of the British immigration law on Australians entering Great Britain, will that statement be tabled in the Senate so that, if needs be. honourable senators can discuss aspects of it?

Senator Sir KENNETHANDERSONIf the Prime Minister makes a statement in the other place, very properly he will commission me to make the statement on his behalf in this place, and T would hope to be able to obtain it in sufficient time to enable everybody to look at it before it is made in this place. I repeat that if the Prime Minister makes a statement in the other place the normal procedure is that 1, as his representative in the Senate, make the same statement here, although a little later because of the time factor.







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