Sir HERBERT AMES:
As I understand it, if it was a question in which Canada was vitally interested, and Canada was invited to have her representatives sit at the table for the discussion of the question, Canada's vote cast against the decision would prevent its ratification. A short time ago we had a discussion relating to Poland. The Polish delegates were invited to sit at the Council table. As I understand it, if a decision had been arrived at to which the Polish delegates objected, that decision would not have been persisted in.