HC Deb 18 June 1936 vol 313 cc1187-8W

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the Argentine Congress has yet passed an amended traffic consolidation law of which the provisions are acceptable to the representatives of the Anglo-Argentine railways?


My hon. Friend is doubtless referring to the Transport Co-ordination Bill which was passed by the Argentine Chamber of Deputies last Session and was to come before the Senate when Congress reassembled in May. My right hon. Friend has received no further information with regard to the progress of the Bill, but His Majesty's Ambassador at Buenos Aires is being requested to report by telegraph whether the measure has yet come before the Senate and, if so, with what result.

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