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the walls are coming down

25 October, 2011

Hon GIZ WATSON: […] We would create a continuous indication either by a physical barrier or by the erection of signs that this is the edge of the restricted area, apart from obviously where the entrances are. I simply do not see why that is practically challenging.

Hon DONNA FARAGHER: I suppose the example might be that if we were to take a particular venue, there is one entrance. Obviously, there would be signage at that entrance because that is where people can come in. Around that is a natural barrier because there are walls—obviously, a person cannot walk through walls unless they are Superman.

Hon Giz Watson: You can with enough practice!

Hon DONNA FARAGHER: I thank the member for her profound interjection, but I might just keep to the question that was put. I was being a bit facetious there, for the benefit of Hansard.

Subject: Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Special Powers) Bill 2011 [Legislative Council – Committee]

Date: 24 May 2011

Hansard reference: pp. 3811-3812 [online (pdf)]

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