§ 5. Sir WILLIAM BYLES
asked what measures, if any, have been taken to give effect to the recommendation of the second Peace Conference held at The Hague as to the assembling of a third Peace Conference, and to the opinion expressed by the second conference as to the necessity of preparing the programme of the third conference a sufficient time in advance to ensure the deliberations being conducted with the necessary authority and expedition?
§ Sir E. GREY
The second Peace Conference in 1907 recommended that the preparation of a programme for a third conference should be entrusted to an international committee, but no machinery was suggested for appointing and calling such a committee. So far as I am aware, no measures have as yet been taken to give effect to the recommendation.