The hon. member knows that the precedents related to Standing Order 43 are clear. Hon. mem-
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bers should not attempt and are not allowed to argue the motion which they propose. I would think that Standing Order 43 gives rise to enough difficulties at the present time. It will be recognized that on a number of occasions in the past I have indicated why I thought there was something wrong with the practice in which we had become involved. I am afraid that what is happening today indicates that the Chair was correct in its assessment of the situation.
The hon. member for Lotbiniere.
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