Mr. T. C. Douglas (Burnaby-Coquitlam):
May I ask the Secretary of State for External Affairs a question with respect to the situation in Rhodesia? In view of the statements which have recently been made by the prime minister of Great Britain with regard to the situation in Rhodesia and the degree of effectiveness of economic sanctions, may I ask the hon. gentleman (1) whether the Canadian government is reviewing the effectiveness of these sanctions, and (2) whether the Canadian
government intends to advance any proposals, either in the security council or at the United Nations assembly, for tightening up economic sanctions in order that they may prove more effective?