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Sworn in on 14 September , Schacht transgressed Senate rules the next day by interjecting. Privately advised by the Deputy President that it was not customary to interject before a first speech, Schacht was unfazed and unapologetic.
He began his first speech, on 17 September, not only by justifying his interjections, but by inviting senators to interject during his own speech—none did.
Schacht continued to be a persistent interjector, believing interjections to be a part of robust political debate.
At the end of his political career, he declared that:. When called to order—a frequent occurrence—Schacht would claim he was provoked or that he was just trying to help the speaker along.
Whenever he was asked to withdraw unparliamentary remarks, he did so without arguing the point. He rarely wore a tie, arguing that the tie had originated in the fifteenth century as a rag for cleaning muskets.
Schacht was a member of many parliamentary committees and a strong advocate of the parliamentary committee system, especially the Senate estimates process which he used assiduously—although he was concerned that committees were being swamped by the number of bills referred to them for examination.
Schacht had been interested in telecommunications since working for the Postmaster-General at a time when the department was broken up into the Australian Telecommunications Commission and the Australian Postal Commission.
He therefore played a major role in developing party and government policy on the media both within Caucus and as chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Subscription Television Broadcasting Services in He advocated tight limits on foreign press ownership and regarded the power held by Rupert Murdoch and Kerry Packer in the media as excessive.
His urgings, over many years, for an inquiry into print media eventually came to fruition when the Hawke Government established such an inquiry in In the same year Schacht chaired the Senate Select Committee on Political Broadcasts and Political Disclosures, which examined government legislation aimed at restricting electronic political advertising—a measure for which he had long advocated.
In the following year, Schacht was unimpressed by the decision of the High Court striking down the legislation on the grounds that it was in violation of an implied constitutional right of freedom of speech.
Schacht was intensely interested in foreign affairs and human rights and was particularly proud of his work in that area.
He was passionate in his support for Eritrean independence and was a patron of the Eritrean Relief Association. Schacht closely monitored political events in Burma and was one of the few western politicians to meet with Aung San Suu Kyi after her return to Burma in He chaired the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade —93 and in this role he negotiated the establishment of a human rights sub-committee in , acting as its first chairman.
Schacht visited South Africa in On this visit Schacht effectively acted as an envoy for the Hawke Government as a first step towards the restoration of official political relations between the two nations.
In Schacht concluded his valedictory speech to the Senate in by paying tribute to Maung Maung Kywe, a young Burmese political activist killed years earlier, and Wang Wei Lin, who had confronted Chinese Government tanks near Tiananmen Square in While Schacht was critical of some individual MPs, he was also quick to praise and give credit to opponents where he believed it was due.
He was considered to have a sharp intellect, an inquiring mind that pushed for answers and a sense of humour that was often self-deprecating.
Baume had also remarked that the ALP might seek to benefit from Liberal disunity by producing an advertisement based on the comments.
Although Schacht was found to have committed technical breaches of the Electoral Act , no charges were laid. Within a week of distributing the poster Schacht was caught up in another controversy, this time over his use, during a Senate speech, of a transcript of proceedings of a private meeting of anti-abortion campaigners held in a parliamentary committee room.
Schacht refused to reveal the source of the transcript and subsequently destroyed it. Two censure motions moved against Schacht were defeated after the Opposition and the Australian Democrats failed to find common ground.
After the March election, which saw the return of the Keating Government, he was rewarded by being appointed Minister for Science and Small Business and Minister assisting the Prime Minister for Science.
Over a four-year period, he traveled to more than forty-five countries and covered more than sixty thousand miles: walking and hitchhiking, and not once using a plane who knew you can hitchhike across oceans?
His only provisions were an adventurous spirit, a positive attitude, a bright smile, and the willingness to embrace what lay ahead—whatever people, traditions, cuisine, and work opportunities came his way.
In his travels, Christopher encountered many different cultures, fascinating landscapes, dangerous adventures, great hospitality—and the Maker of all the greatness.
He also met the love of his life, Michal. Returning to Germany in September , Christopher began to study theology, and on June , he and Michal were married.
After graduation, Christopher had a full college scholarship in computer science waiting for him, but he decided instead to embark on a trip around with world with only fifty euros in his pocket, no credit cards, no backup plan, and no schedule or itinerary.
Around the World on 50 Bucks is his story about his unusual journey, and it was an instant success in Germany.
Christopher and Michal are now ready to face whatever new adventure life has in store for them. Christopher Schacht.
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