The Council of Ministers, at whose head was the omnipresent Benito, met to consider:
1). Whether the Government's press curb should remain;
2). Whether the Fascisti should forthwith be placed under State control.
The first restriction was attacked by the Opposition as an unwarranted interference with the rights and liberties of Italians.
The second problem has been the basis for every attack by the Opposition on the Government since the Matteotti murder (TIME, June 23, et seq.). The Opposition has, at present, no intention of taking its seats in Parliament next Fall. As a sine...