THE PROGRAMME AHEAD
INFORMATION PROMISED Parliamentary Reporter. WELLINGTON, this day. The Government, realising what happens to wartime Governments, might have a different view about the country quota, suggested the Leader of the Opposition, Mr. Holland, in the House of Representatives this morning, to the accompaniment of laughter from Government members, when he renewed his request for more information about the Government's legislative programme. "I want to assure the Leader ot the Opposition that I -will endeavour to put him out of his misery pf doubt as soon as possible," laughingly retorted the Prime Minister, Mr. Fraser. Mr. Holland said the country quota question was worrying the people, and they would really like to know what was going to be done, and he thought they were entitled to such information. The Prime Minister said he would give some indication on Wednesday about when the Bank of New Zealand Bill and other matters were likely to come before the House. It was necessary that the Budget should be introduced first.
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PARLIAMENT'S WORK, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945
PARLIAMENT'S WORK Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945
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