February 1, 1958 (23rd Parliament, 1st Session)

LIB

James Garfield Gardiner

Liberal

Mr. Gardiner:

-the only kind which could have been moved whether or not it was put in the exact language.
It is the governor who would have to make a decision if we had voted against the party now in power. He would have to decide whether there was a leader in the house who could form a government which would command a majority and if so he would have to

Supply-Citizenship and Immigration decide whether there was a leader who could command a majority and the party now forming the government could have been replaced without an election. The person who had shown he could command a majority-

Topic:   DEPARTMENT OF CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION
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