No; but if there is a
minority report rendered by one board and not by the other there will be trouble. I am not in favour of a minority report being rendered, but this provides that the Appeal Board must render a minority report. Personally I should like to see subsection (b) cut out of section 17, because the decision must be made by the majority of the board, and the publication of a minority report will only cause contention. Therefore I move that subsection (b) of section 17 be stricken out.
Senate be read a first and second time and referred to the select standing committee on
Subtopic: PENSION ACT AMENDMENT