The Governments of Great Britain France and New Zeeland have communicated to the League’s Secretariat their annual reports for the council on the administration of the mandated territories. The Council is beginning its sessions today.
The French report deals with the administration of the French mandate in Togoland. The British and new Zeeland reports deal with their respective mandates in Palestine and Samoa. These reports will be examined by the League Mandate Commission.
A section of the constitution of the mandates commission provides that a mandatory power may appoint a representative to appear before the commission in order to explain the report presented by his Government and to answer any questions.
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