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Thursday, 29 April 1971


Senator MURPHY (New South WalesLeader of the Opposition) - I have no objection to the proposed course. I think it is a sensible one to follow. Perhaps the best thing would be to deal with the items as they occur rather than to try to go through them all. I do not quite know whether the Leader of the Government in the Senate (Senator Sir Kenneth Anderson) intended to formulate an agenda, but I think that if we deal with these items one by one we might effectively dispose of them in one way or the other. We may spend a few minutes on some of them or we may become involved with one, in which case we would have to proceed with it. I think that if we just ran through them in order we could endeavour to dispose of them one way or the other. I think this procedure would be generally helpful.

Senator Sir KENNETHANDERSON (New South Wales - Minister for Supply) - The first item is Order of the Day No. 2.I have been informed that Senator Turnbull does not desire to proceed with this item at this stage.







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