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Tuesday, 12 October 1971
Page: 2154


Mr SPEAKER -Order! Is leave granted?

Government supporters - No.


Mr SPEAKER -Order! Honourable members on my left will come to order.


Mr McMahon - Mr Speaker, if the honourable gentleman claims that he has been misrepresented he can, of course, make a personal explanation. If he seeks leave to make an ordinary statement about his Party's policy, leave will not be granted.


Mr CLYDE CAMERON (HINDMARSH, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - I have been misrepresented but I want also to make a statement relative to other things that have been said.

Government supporters - No.


Mr CLYDE CAMERON (HINDMARSH, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - Then I move-


Mr SPEAKER -Order! I have not given a decision yet. All I want to say is that leave is not granted.


Mr CLYDE CAMERON (HINDMARSH, SOUTH AUSTRALIA) - Then I move:

That the honourable member for Hindmarsh be heard.


Mr Daly - Mr Speaker, I second the motion, because 1 am interested, too.


Mr SPEAKER -Order! I do not know whether it is in order for the honourable member to move this motion. This is a question I have never faced before. I understand that such a motion cannot be accepted. It could be accepted during a debate but not in relation to a statement.







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