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Session 13. Credentials Report; the Capitalist Offensive (17 November)

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This chapter presents the report of the Credentials Commission, discussion of the capitalist offensive, and protest against arrests of Polish deputies held on 17 November 1922. The speaker involved in the discussion are Eberlein, Radić, Humbert-Droz, Radek, Ravesteyn, Stern, Harry Webb, Hoernle, Clara Zetkin, Welti, Rosmer, Radek, Zinoviev, Welti. In the discussion, Eberlein (Germany) reports on the number of delegates who have arrived and of mandates that have been approved, and he concludes by asking that the work of the Mandates Commission be approved. Humbert-Droz (Switzerland) addresses in the interests of resolving the crisis of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, the Executive considered it necessary to invites Comrades Petrovic and Stanic and other representatives of the minority to Moscow in order to explain and defend their point of view there.

Keywords:communist party; credentials commission; Eberlein; Humbert-Droz; Moscow; Radić; Yugoslavia



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