Mr. Speaker, I recognize that the right hon. member perhaps was unprepared for the fact that this question had been asked previously, but I will repeat to him that in 1950 there was no vote, no resolution. On a number of occasions, there was no vote, no resolution. There was no debate.
Since the government came to power, there have consistently been debates on all military participation because, specifically, the right hon. the Prime Minister is not afraid of such issues.