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proper and sufficient in the circumstances of the case. An unsatisfactory answer may give rise to a motion for adjournment of the house, which, under one of the standing orders, is the technical mode of obtaining a discussion at a later hour of the day. But such a motion is not allowed unless the matter to be discussed is a " definite matter of urgent public importance," and the Speaker is strict in his interpretation of this rule. The answers to "unstarred" questions, and to " starred " questions for which time cannot be found within the allowed period, are circulated to members subsequently.
Asking questions in the house is one of the easiest methods by which a member can notify to his constituents the attention which he devotes to public affairs and to their special interests. For this and other reasons, the right to ask questions is specially liable to abuse, and its exercise needs careful supervision by the Speaker and those acting under his authority. But there is no more valuable safeguard against maladministration, no more effective method of bringing the searchlight of criticism to bear on the action or inaction of the executive government and its subordinates. A minister has to be constantly asking himself, not merely whether his proceedings and the proceedings of those for whom he is responsible are legally or technically defensible, but what kind of answer he can give if questioned about them in the house, and how that answer will be received.

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