Foreign Minister Momtchilo Nintchitch made a speech in the Skupshtina (National Assembly) in favor of the recently concluded Italo-Yugo-Slavian Treaty, which settled the vexatious question of Fiume.

The Treaty was then ratified by 123 to 24 votes amid "howls of indignation" from the Opposition.

The Croatian Party under M. Raditch, with 96 seats in the Skupshtina, arrived too late to join the Opposition (TIME, Feb. 25).


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