October 24, 1949 (21st Parliament, 1st Session)

SC

William Duncan McKay Wylie

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Mr. W. D. Wylie (Medicine Hal):

May I say
that I tried to listen to the remarks of the Prime Minister of India. I am sure everyone
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in this section of the house wanted to hear what he said, but none of us could do so. May I say further that I am sure every hon. member of the house would like to have the privilege of meeting the Prime Minister of India. Magistrate W. H. Ellis, of Medicine Hat, is in India at the present time, and I have had letters from him in which he has made reference to Prime Minister Nehru and has said many good things about him. I should have liked to have the privilege of meeting Prime Minister Nehru. I have not had that opportunity, and I could not hear everything he said. I think that something should be done to enable every hon. member of the house to hear what is said in this chamber.

Topic:   QUESTION OF USE OF PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM- OPPORTUNITY FOR MEMBERS TO MEET DISTINGUISHED VISITORS
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