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Tuesday, 8 November 1977
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Mr Morris asked the Minister representing the Attorney-General, upon notice, on S October 1977:

(1)   On what occasions and for what purposes has the Attorney-General and his predecessor travelled overseas during the period 1 1 November 1 975 to date.

(2)   What was the name, classification and salary of all persons who accompanied them on each occasion.

(3)   What was the cost of (a) travel, (b) accommodation and (c) other expenditure, and what was the total cost incurred in respect of each of them and each person who travelled with them on each journey overseas.

(4)   Which airlines and/or other means of transport were utilised during each journey overseas.


Mr Howard - The Attorney-General has provided the following answer to the honourable member's question:

The Prime Minister provided an answer to a related question in the Senate on 8 November 1977, see Senate Question 1 1 16. 1 have nothing to add to the answer provided by the' Prime Minister.

Expenditure on Overseas and Domestic Travel 1976-77 (Question Na 1634)


Mr Morris asked the Prime Minister, upon notice, on 5 October 1977:

(   1 ) What amounts of his Department 's travel and subsistence expenditure were spent on (a) overseas and (b) domestic travel during 1976-77.

(2)   What percentage of total expenditure on travel and subsistence did each of these amounts represent.


Mr Fraser (WANNON, VICTORIA) (Prime Minister) - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

(   1 ) The amounts expended on fares and travelling allowances excluding car hire in 1976-77 are set out below. For comparison, I have incorporated figures for the two full financial years of the previous government Le. 1973-74 and 1974-75:

 

(2)   The percentage of the Department's expenditure on travel and subsistence, excluding car hire, were:







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