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Wednesday, 7 November 1973
Page: 1636

Senator Townley asked the Attorney-General, upon notice:

(1)   How many advisers are currently employed by the Attorney-General's Department in the Attorney-General's office.

(2)   How many advisers have been employed during 1973, and what is, or was, the daily remuneration of each such adviser.

Senator Murphy - The answer to the honourable senator 's question is as follows:

Information concerning advisers on Ministerial staffs has previously been provided by me (Hansard, 10 April 1973, page 992, Hansard 22 August 1973 pages 102-103, and Hansard 25 September 1973 pages 861-862) and I would direct the honourable senator's attention to answers given by the Prime Minister to questions on the same subject (Hansard 13 March page 534, Hansard 22 May 1973 page 2471 and Hansard 23 August 1 973 pages 397-398).

The Prime Minister has indicated that details of the staff employed by each Minister and by office holders of the nonGovernment parries are expected to be provided soon by the Special Minister of State, who is responsible for these matters.

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