FRANCE: Le Parlement

Sitting in solemn silence, the Senate and Chamber of Deputies, heard the reading of a telegram from Premier Herriot, who was in London attending the Premiers' Conference (see INTERNATIONAL) .

The Premier's telegram reviewed the progress of the Conference and explained his inability to appear personally before Parliament. By far the most significant and, therefore, important passage in his message was:

"The French delegation, while seeking to afford the lenders all legitimate security, is taking care that there shall be no impairment of the Versailles Treaty and no infringement upon French rights...

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