HC Deb 27 June 1927 vol 208 cc53-4W

asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether the constitutional reforms in British Guiana will involve any legislation by the Parliament of the United Kingdom; and,

to put in force the recommendations of the Departmental Committee on the exportation of horses to the Continent; and, if so, what action he intends to take?


The following state ment shows the action taken on the seven recommendations of the Departmental Committee:

if so, when the necessary legislation will be introduced?


The first part of the question will require careful consideration, and I am not at present prepared to express an opinion on the point. No action can be taken until the local commission which is about to be formed has reported upon the nature of the modifications required in the constitution.