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Page 5, 29th March 1940 — French Communist M.P.s May Be Disenfranchised
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French Communist M.P.s May Be Disenfranchised

A proposal that all former Communist Deputies, who have already been deprived of their Parliamentary mandate, should be disenfranchised was made by Senator Paul Maulion on Tuesday. Speaking for a group of Senators sponsoring a Bill to this end, he said that all the Communists now on trial before a military tribunal should be placed beyond the possibility of being able to form another subversive party, and they should therefore be disenfranchised, thus preventing their taking any part in any legislative activity.—B.U.P.




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