§ Mr. Selwyn Lloyd
President Rhee replied on 11th June to Her Majesty's Chargé d'Affaires' Note of 4th June, giving reasons for his recent action. On 15th June I had an interview with President Rhee. On 16th June the Minister of Defence and I saw President Rhee together. I shall give some account of those interviews and of the political situation in South Korea in my statement to the House tomorrow.
§ Mr. Cocks
Is it not a fact that since this Question was put down more arrests have been made by the President? As he is deliberately defying the United Nations, who are keeping him in power, will the right hon. and learned Gentleman consider reporting the matter to a special meeting of the Assembly with a view to the Assembly informing the President that if he does not act in a constitutional manner the United Nations will consider ceasing to defend his country?