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wikipedia:MEDRS is only a guideline. There is room for editorial discretion.
" if those are citing the same primary sources I was once citing, would not citing those secondary sources suffice whether or not they explicitly state the corresponding information from the primary source that is covered in the Wikipedia article? "
I'm not sure what you mean by that. If secondary sources contain the same info as primary sources, it is preferable to use secondary sources as the references. If primary sources contain info that is not present in secondary sources, this casts doubt over the relevance/inclusion of that info in this general encyclopedia.
Trying out what happens if you add past ::
Trying out a Wikipedia link wikipedia::Australia and some bonzer text as well as a quote
" This can be copied top a source file "