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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE UTHaSIDGE HERAIO December 16, 1972 Unprecedented debate Sadat survives unscathed An Analysis Bv HENRY TANNER New York Times Service C A IK 0 Pres ider.t :our days of frM debate is the national assembly hi? reputation as a poliu- cs! mas'.c-r jugs.fcr intact and f reooj m of er.od ac in tr.e -r.ort run. Thh Is of poetically sophisticated E sypi: a r.-s recov- ence of seeing members of Par- lirvment accuse the gov- I 01 such varied mis- oxrds as issdir.g the public to telieve that the wss ready for taxir.g the poor rather than the rich, and keep- the truth cut of the pacers. Nothing li'-ce this had happen- ed in the assembly since the revoIiru-OE of Gams! A b d e I INCOME TAX COURSE BY CORRESPONDENCE You C2n Earn Extra hccme Fern-; snd beccrre an TlCOVi TAX CONSULTANT. for Full Details. Contact CANADIAN SCHOOL OF TAX ACCOUNTING Saita (04. 360 Hay SL, Tjnfib t, Ontario Nasser in 1352, oMtimers say. The subject of the a policy statement made by Premier Aziz Sidky late in November. deputy speak- er Gamal EL-Oieiii read a report up by the chair- men of all the assembly's corn- mi'tets. More than 50 of the assem- bly's 360 members then spoke, almost all of them critically. jAPPROVAL instead of rebuuing hJa critics, offered to make the as- i sembly report an integral par: 01 government policy by adding it co his original On Tuesday the assembly gave him uaarJrr.ou3 approval. 1 The tidy ending caused some Cairo ocsen'ers to suspect the debate had teen arranged 1 as a safety valve to relieve the constantly of discontent that, ever; according to official admission, is affec'- the anny, the students and plain citizens. Blovrjig oif steam may -rell have the most important i immediate objective. But the diirensions of the debate sug- gest a deeper one. By vrell cliriuon, Sadat has been rjlins the country Irjase al- it freer and more voice p to assembly. months ago. alirujsr un- noticed, a psrUamtriLsry COT.- mission that rr.em- the right to challenge the prcm- formally on a policy point, to on possibly proc'.-oi ;o a. r.o tler.Cfj vote. The -o Cc-t the rich; to intn of and lo call on accnun'.- v-ero 2 Debate r-w h.v.M as i; iv.i: msciiARr.E on the eovernrr-er.! qaifrt- 1 v decided to ci-sch ar ?e v e r s i t ef fee live Dec. 15. r.forir.ed ssid, T'is ihe such c-as'jre thi-s hav- ir.? beer: in. the SUTTL- no or o: :i cenf had a r sed sir.ce the Sis-Day o: One of f.Ke v.ei! a-s duririg the debate, was] !hal thie government's military' inanpo'.ver policy was short- sichiwi, ignoring the needs o( j fcr technicians, of j hospital s for doctors and schools ffir teachers. of course, i iho Assemblv'x criticism directed at Sidky .ir.rl rot Sadat, although thi.s us a presidential rec'mc ar.d t h e i 5 potic'-" i.s suptX55- j cd to Ix? r.he president's policy. be to and Cniro ho! i eve that rot liavo the re- off the d< PIITC cf the clerks approval. V. ren president i V.'sr Gen. Moham-1 rr.c-d Ssdek, six vrc-eks he 'ian polices, incli'ding many sf-nicc officers. Tfje assembly! on Ssrfek's rival in the government ar.d i5 disliked by the right are row thought to have re-1 stored some balance. The expectation is that Sadat change prermers in the relatively future. But most polidciars nov that the change 7-ill corr.e a precise moment in for L'jsrar.ce when by the1 comirientatora ex- n-3 -rvitif1 r. f :MprU" FEEDERS FARMERS WELDERS HANDYMEN HOMEOWNERS earr< a itscV ef STEEL IN FIATS ANGLES CHANNELS SEAMS WIDE FLANGES RAILS SQUASJS PLATES SHEETS RECTANGULAR AND SOUARE TU3ING SEI STEEL WIRE MESH PIPS GALORE FOR FENCE POSTS CLOTHESLINE POLES COLUMNS OS FOR ANY OTHER USE YOU MAY HAVE. TONS TO CHOOSS FROM Bring in ycur truck and [cad up ct bargain prices Wg clic deliver Ering in ycur tcrap cast ircn botlsries or.d gst tha belt Irada vclyfl ever We clio pay cai'n! ROUNDS MFORC1KG CARPORT ARZARI YARD VOCATION 2803 2nd Ave. M. SCRAP 3402 2nd Ave. M. Snowed tinder CAP) of Colorado's area here say to hs.s forced to post- jxjr.e the for at least a More ihsn ICO inches of ir.o'.v hive fallen on Tell'jrirte arsa Li the last moriih. Tr.e vected installation of electric to tr.e lifts and QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY D1EISICK Certified Oer.tol Copitol Eldg. PHONE 338-7634 T'iE MOST N'Ofl O Here's wishing all our many wonderful friends and customers CELEBRITY CHRISTMAS CAP.DS At bottom, h phsta c-t or card being c-vl 1 and his If cr grwling en Inkier, child ct E.C. a trip There !cit Phcti rrcce ?.--d At centre, oa en blue cf Hill, ll'j bting c.-jl Derr le-cd-rr Dcvfd FecFurlr.g o cf Jys'-'n cr. frcr.t, at Tcp h the ccrd Pr'rre cr.d hi) be i-er.dir.g c'-'t yecr. The photo of a Juitln ore shoe tclren Mrs. Trudecu, Iniide, the ccrd reeds First c ref- trence to J'jsfin'i ffnf is Christmas Dcy. 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