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Tuesday, 20 November 1973
Page: 1906

The PRESIDENT - Order! I would like some indication from members of the Committee as to whether they are agreeable to this move. This is the last day on which the motion for disallowance can be moved.

Senator Devitt - Mr President,I speak on behalf of the Senate Standing Committee on Regulations and Ordinances. I imagine that having spoken earlier I need leave to speak again. Is that the situation?

The PRESIDENT - The situation is that a notice of motion exists on the notice paper under business of the Senate for the disallowance of an ordinance and that this is the last day for resolving it. The Senate has to make up its mind whether it will disallow the ordinance or accept an undertaking. That is what the situation amounts to.

Senator Devitt - I take it I am in order in speaking?


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