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Wednesday, 2 March 1932


Mr BRUCE (FLINDERS, VICTORIA) - The House is not left to get its information from the press. During the present session numerous questions have been asked regarding current foreign affairs, and from time to time, when I was previouslyin this House, it was the practice of the Government of the day to make statements regarding matters of world importance, and foreign affairs generally. I am quite sure that when any subject of great moment arises, about which it would be desirable to give the House information, the present Government will be quite prepared to continue that practice.







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