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WELLINGTON, this day.

The debate on the United Nations Charter concluded in the House of Representatives last evening with the reply of the Prime Minister, Mr. Fraser, who, despite a heavy cold, spoke for an hour and a half. ing with numerous pomts by members, particularly ~c n ri_i _ cerning New Zealand s °bligatio under the Charter. On the completion of Mr. Frasers speech, the House carried a motion approvi g the Charter. . , _ Before the vote was tak en, Mr. Algie (Nat., Remuera) was granted the leave of the House to make a personal explanation. He said he desired to place on .record the fact that the Prime Mimster in his reply had cleared up very satisfactorily two or three of the diffic - that had bothered him. Second y,_ r had said all along that the Ch offered a ray of bope.thirdly, remained unconvinced as to its reai efficacy in the substantial matters, but he would not destroy the P Minister's resolution by opposing it. He had made his protest and would just like to abstain from voting.

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MR. ALGIE'S ATTITUDE, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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MR. ALGIE'S ATTITUDE Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 186, 8 August 1945

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