February 18, 1937 (18th Parliament, 2nd Session)

LIB

Pierre Gauthier

Liberal

Mr. PIERRE GAUTHIER (Portneuf) (Translation):

Mr. Speaker, every time a public man has to express an opinion or to advance a policy on a question of vital importance to his country, he must do it as fairly as possible. The satisfaction he may derive from seeing his name in all the papers, his concern about reelection, the more or less attractive reward that may be held out to him according to his attitude toward the party which he supports, in fact every personal consideration must give way to his duty as a representative of the people, and as a patriot.

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