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FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

tion with expenditure, are given by supplementary estimates, by votes on account, by the debates which may take place when votes in committee are reported to the house, and by the second and third reading stages of any consolidated fund bill or appropriation bill, for at these stages the conduct or actions of any of those who receive or administer grants specified in and sanctioned by the bill may be discussed. In this way, under the guise of fiscal discussion, every department of the government, every branch of the central administration, is liable to run the gauntlet of parliamentary criticism. Other opportunities are offered by the motion for adjournment over a recess, when great latitude of debate is allowed.
We sometimes hear about the tyranny exercised by cabinets, and by the majority on whose support they depend. It is true that the executive government of the country takes a greater share in the initiation of legislative and financial proposals, and exercises greater control over their course through the legislature, than in many countries enjoying parliamentary institutions. It is also true that the bonds of party discipline tend to tighten. But the government has to defend by argument all its legislative and financial proposals, and may be required to explain and justify any branch of its administrative action. It must be admitted that the time allotted to the criticism of administration in committee of

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