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Tuesday, 15 October 1974
Page: 1708

Senator MISSEN (Victoria) - I would like to speak to this motion because certain comments have been made by Senator Greenwood which at this time should be clarified. As the honourable senator rightly said, he has had the oportunity only of reading the first couple of pages of this report and the impression should not be left that the matters which he properly raised have not been considered by the Committee. I wish as a member of the Committee to support what has been said by Senator James McClelland and to say that the Committee has certainly considered the questions which Senator Greenwood has raised.

The PRESIDENT - The question before the Senate is that the resumption of the debate be made an order of the day for the next day of sitting. If you have anything to say against that you may speak but you must not refer to the subject matter of the report or to the previous motion.

Senator MISSEN -I am denied.

Question resolved in the affirmative.

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