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WORLD SECURITY

REPORT ON CONFERENCE

PRESENTATION TO-MORROW

Parliamentary Reporter

WELLINGTON, this day

No long adjournment for legislators will be taken in the coming week-end. The Address -in - Reply debate, though likely to last for a few more days, is losing its vitality and when it was interrupted at the adjournment last night the acting Leader of the Opposition, Mr. Polson, suggested that the Minister of Finance. Mr. Nash, who is in charge of the House during the absence of the Prime Minister, Mr. Fraser, in Dunedin, might explain the result of a conference on the subject of the sittings. „ , . . Mr. Nash agreed, explaining that he understood the Address-in-Reply debate would go on until to-morrow, with possibly some other business which would be introduced, and that at some time to-morrow the report on the World Security Conference and the Bretton Woods Conference would be laid on the table. The adjournment would be until Monday afternoon and he was hoping that the Prime Minister would speak to these important reports at 7.30 on Monday evening.

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WORLD SECURITY, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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WORLD SECURITY Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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