HC Deb 30 June 1904 vol 137 cc143-4
MR. MOON (St. Pancras, N.)

To ask the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the prohibition against Macedonian or Bulgarian inhabitants of the three vilayets moving to other parts of European Turkey has now been removed or relaxed, so as to admit of such persons entering Constantinople itself and working there at their usual seasonal occupations.

(Answered by Earl Percy.) The Grand Vizier promised Sir Nicholas O'Conor on the 13th of June that he would issue orders for permission to be granted to enable the refugees who recently returned to Macedonia to circulate freely in search of work, should they desire to do so.