§ Mr. R. Gibson
asked the Prime Minister how many of the 20 cases submitted to the Permanent Court of International Justice for settlement since 1st January, 1931, have been disposed of; what were the mode and terms of disposal in each case; and what is the position of the cases, if any, still undisposed of?
§ Mr. Butler
All the cases in question have been disposed of, with the exception of the following which are still before the Court:
No. 74. The railway-line Panevezys-Saldutiskis. Estonia v. Lithuania.
1761W No. 75. Electricity Company of Sofia. Belgium v. Bulgaria.
No. 77. Société Commerciale Belgique. Belgium v. Greece.
Details of the mode and terms of disposal of the remaining cases will be found on pages 90 to 98 of the Fourteenth Annual Report of the Court.