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The Borneo Post
EC must do much more to eliminate electoral fraud – Seeprocess, ignoring all the fundamental and basic principles of delineation exerc
The Borneo Post / Posted 2 minutes ago
process, ignoring all the fundamental and basic principles of delineation exercises being practised in countries of parliamentary democracies around the world has caused a big dent in the poll process, running up to the coming general... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
People power pushes mental health plight to parliamentof more than 10,000 signatures will be scheduled for discussion in the legislat
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 14 minutes ago
of more than 10,000 signatures will be scheduled for discussion in the legislative assembly in the NSW parliament. RELATED ARTICLES: Mrs Wyatt said it was a fight which shouldn’t have had to happen, but she was “still very... Read more
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Computerworld (NZ)
After 25 years of data protection law, what next?This year will mark the 25th anniversary of the Privacy Act — it was passed by
Computerworld (NZ) / Posted 29 minutes ago
This year will mark the 25th anniversary of the Privacy Act — it was passed by Parliament on 5 May 1993 — but a push begun in 2011 to update the legislation remains a work in progress, according to the Privacy Commissioner. Meanwhile in Australia a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
$16bn Egina Project - Senate Insists On Probe of $2.9bnthe consortium. He noted that if the situation were reversed with Nigerian com
AllAfrica.com / Posted 40 minutes ago
the consortium. He noted that if the situation were reversed with Nigerian companies doing business in Italy, the Italian Parliament will not take kindly to the non- appearance of the Nigerian companies CEOs to assist it in a parliamentary... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Cabinet Appointees Ordered to Relinquish Party Rolesthat will be voiced by party secretary-general Raphael Tuju. Mr Tuju was co-op
AllAfrica.com / Posted 40 minutes ago
that will be voiced by party secretary-general Raphael Tuju. Mr Tuju was co-opted to the cabinet but was not formally nominated and therefore not vetted by Parliament. "My job is to ensure what the party promised is delivered," Mr... Read more
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Daily Mail
AMANDA PLATELL: Brendan Cox deserves a second chanceprogress in Brexit negotiations' Jess Phillips says Brendan Cox resigning is '
Daily Mail / Posted 48 minutes ago
progress in Brexit negotiations' Jess Phillips says Brendan Cox resigning is 'right thing to do' Guy Verhofstadt thinks Parliament vetoing deal will spark crisis Alfie Dingley has multiple seizures before cannabis treatment May: Home security... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Ramaphosa committed to resolving impasse on Mining Charterthe court application to review the charter. President Cyril Ramaphosa deliver
Eye Witness News / Posted 51 minutes ago
the court application to review the charter. President Cyril Ramaphosa delivers the State of the Nation Address at the Parliament on 16 February 2018. Picture: AFP JOHANNESBURG – President Cyril Ramaphosa says that he’s committed to holding... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Who will geld the rogue stallion and get rid of Joyce?of six Labor Party men, led by the redoubtable Gareth Evans going to see Bob Ha
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 51 minutes ago
of six Labor Party men, led by the redoubtable Gareth Evans going to see Bob Hawke in the prime ministerial suite at Parliament House in 1991. “Pull out, Digger,” Evans began in his pithy way, “the dingoes are pissing on your swag.” Get the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
This is why we still need to talk about GeorgeI agree at least that there's power and privilege in being a representative of
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 56 minutes ago
I agree at least that there's power and privilege in being a representative of your electorate. There's a lot you can do in Parliament, even from the backbench, and it gives you a platform to say and do things that people listen to. It’s because... Read more
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heraldscotland
Probe launched into Scottish LibDems' Holyrood election spendingspokesperson for the Electoral Commission said: "The 'Scottish Liberal Democrat
heraldscotland / Posted 2 hours ago
spokesperson for the Electoral Commission said: "The 'Scottish Liberal Democrats' submitted the party's spending return for the 2016 Scottish Parliament election and the Commission has begun an investigation into the party's spend... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Opposition, Govt praise proposed insurance lawSingh has noted. Singh spoke yesterday about the Insurance bill which was pass
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 2 hours ago
Singh has noted. Singh spoke yesterday about the Insurance bill which was passed by both Government and Opposition in Parliament last Friday. He said the bill was drafted by the past People’s Partnership administration following the collapse... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
UNC MPs slam AG’s denial of local ISIS cellfor trying to deny media reports of Prime Minister Keith Rowley’s admission of
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 2 hours ago
for trying to deny media reports of Prime Minister Keith Rowley’s admission of an ISIS terror cell operating in T&T. In Parliament last Friday, according to verbatim notes, UNC MP Bhoe Tewarie had asked Rowley, “Is there anything in Trinidad and... Read more
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EuroNews
New Zealand pushes for text of reinvigorated Trans-Pacific trade pact to go public this weekbecause of our strong desire to be absolutely transparent around the text as so
EuroNews / Posted 2 hours ago
because of our strong desire to be absolutely transparent around the text as soon as possible,” she told reporters at Parliament. “On Wednesday it is our intention to release the national impact statement for the CPTPP and it is also our... Read more
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Business Standard India
Opposition pressure further strains TDP-BJP relations in Andhra Pradeshbifurcation in 2014. A standard narrative used by the state’s only opposition p
Business Standard India / Posted 2 hours ago
bifurcation in 2014. A standard narrative used by the state’s only opposition party that representation in the assembly and Parliament is that Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has failed to get the Centre to honour ... Key stories on... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
SADC Achievements in 2017 and Strategies Post-2020weeks of tension in which the founding President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, ca
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
weeks of tension in which the founding President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, came under pressure from his political party, parliament, the defence forces and the population to resign. Mugabe, 93, who had ruled Zimbabwe for 37 years since... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Constitutional Amendments Top Priority for AssemblyMaputo — The top priority for the next sitting of the Mozambican parliament, th
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
Maputo — The top priority for the next sitting of the Mozambican parliament, the Assembly of the Republic, scheduled to begin on 28 February, is the set of proposed constitutional amendments arising from the consensus reached on “decentralisation” in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Who Benefits From Frenamo's Partocracy?the current one was agreed to last week and legislation to change the constitut
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
the current one was agreed to last week and legislation to change the constitution and put it into effect was submitted to Parliament this week. In essence the new deal devolves the power to appoint provincial governors to whichever party - or... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Five Nations in Region Head for Polls This Yearhold its harmonised elections around July. The harmonized elections will see Z
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
hold its harmonised elections around July. The harmonized elections will see Zimbabweans choosing a president, members of parliament, senators and local councillors. The DRC and Zimbabwe have just concluded voter registration exercises, a crucial... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
SST welcomes MP's “Coward Punch” billperiod being specified, New Zealand Judges will continue to hand down ridiculou
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 2 hours ago
period being specified, New Zealand Judges will continue to hand down ridiculously short sentences for such vile killings. Parliament has to be very clear about its sentencing expectations.”We hope Mr King will engage with us on our knowledge of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Coulton: we’re sticking with Barnabyexpress approval of the prime minister. Mr Coulton said he trusted Mr Joyce’s
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 hours ago
express approval of the prime minister. Mr Coulton said he trusted Mr Joyce’s assertions that he was not in breach of any parliamentary rules. “It’s not only taking it on faith, but there’s a lot of people going through his expenses, his... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Insight: How The Leader tried to get answers on Barnaby Joyce’s affairthe family personally, they have told me it did not happen. Less than a week a
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 hours ago
the family personally, they have told me it did not happen. Less than a week after the poll Mr Joyce, in his speech to parliament on the same-sex marriage debate, declared that he had separated from his wife of 24 years. It was the first... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Tamworth heartkid’s story helps form groundbreaking national planClaire Hollinworth and her housemate, friend and fellow heart patient Courtney
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
Claire Hollinworth and her housemate, friend and fellow heart patient Courtney Green at Parliament House on Wednesday. A GROUNDBREAKING action plan on the leading cause of death of Australian babies has had the input of a former Tamworth girl. The... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: African lovegrass a growing crisis that government must tackle nowcompletes his circular form of West Basin to the south; provides much-needed co
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
completes his circular form of West Basin to the south; provides much-needed connectivity between Civic-Acton, Parkes, the Parliamentary Zone, and beyond; stimulates a better, more lively development plan for the peninsula and the adjoining... Read more
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Canberra Times
Museum of Australian Democracy exhibition looks at migration through Holocaust survivors' eyesexploring the different experiences of migration to Australia, an exhibition at
Canberra Times / Posted 3 hours ago
exploring the different experiences of migration to Australia, an exhibition at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House in Canberra has a single shining theme: human resilience. From left to right: Artists Hedy Ritterman, Linde... Read more
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Western Advocate
Insight: How The Leader tried to get answers on Barnaby Joyce’s affairthe family personally, they have told me it did not happen. Less than a week a
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
the family personally, they have told me it did not happen. Less than a week after the poll Mr Joyce, in his speech to parliament on the same-sex marriage debate, declared that he had separated from his wife of 24 years. It was the first... Read more
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Western Advocate
Coulton: we’re sticking with Barnabyexpress approval of the prime minister. Mr Coulton said he trusted Mr Joyce’s
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
express approval of the prime minister. Mr Coulton said he trusted Mr Joyce’s assertions that he was not in breach of any parliamentary rules. “It’s not only taking it on faith, but there’s a lot of people going through his expenses, his... Read more
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Business Standard India
On India's prime time TV news debates, men outnumbered women four to oneDuring the sample period, a 22 of 50 shows had all-male commentators, on issues
Business Standard India / Posted 3 hours ago
During the sample period, a 22 of 50 shows had all-male commentators, on issues ranging from Pakistan to Modi’s speech in Parliament, and the Ayodhya dispute to the Maldives crisis. Journalists may also doubt women’s ability to cut through the... Read more
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CBC.ca
Far-right groups, Chinese-Canadians call for Trudeau apologyHundreds of protesters — including some associated with a pair of far-right gro
CBC.ca / Posted 3 hours ago
Hundreds of protesters — including some associated with a pair of far-right groups — rallied on Parliament Hill Sunday afternoon to demand an apology from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The protesters wanted Trudeau to apologize for denouncing an... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Husband of murdered UK MP steps down from charities amid sex assault claimsof the “Remain” campaign. Described as a rising star of the opposition Labour
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 3 hours ago
of the “Remain” campaign. Described as a rising star of the opposition Labour Party, Cox was elected to the British Parliament in May 2015 and in her maiden speech spoke of how British communities had been enhanced by immigration. Her death... Read more
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TheBull
EU single currency reform won't be 'perfect'separate eurozone budget and finance minister. But the window "will probably c
TheBull / Posted 3 hours ago
separate eurozone budget and finance minister. But the window "will probably close" in the run-up to next year's European Parliament elections, Moscovici said. The left-right "grand coalition" reached in EU powerhouse Germany last week between... Read more
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The Borneo Post
EU single currency reform won’t be ‘perfect’: Moscoviciseparate eurozone budget and finance minister. But the window “will probably c
The Borneo Post / Posted 4 hours ago
separate eurozone budget and finance minister. But the window “will probably close” in the run-up to next year’s European Parliament elections, Moscovici said. The left-right “grand coalition” reached in EU powerhouse Germany last week between... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
McCormack remains coy on leadership aspirationswent public in calling for the deputy PM to step down. Queensland LNP senator
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 hours ago
went public in calling for the deputy PM to step down. Queensland LNP senator Ian Macdonald, the longest-serving member of Parliament, told Fairfax Media his colleagues were upset and "tinged with anger" over Mr Joyce's handling of the affair. “He... Read more
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Yonhap News Agency
Gov't begins own efforts to amend Constitutionopened a new website of its special advisory council on constitutional change M
Yonhap News Agency / Posted 4 hours ago
opened a new website of its special advisory council on constitutional change Monday, putting further pressure on the parliament to come up with its own bill in time or face dealing with a government proposal. The website,... Read more
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Western Advocate
McCormack remains coy on leadership aspirationswent public in calling for the deputy PM to step down. Queensland LNP senator
Western Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
went public in calling for the deputy PM to step down. Queensland LNP senator Ian Macdonald, the longest-serving member of Parliament, told Fairfax Media his colleagues were upset and "tinged with anger" over Mr Joyce's handling of the affair. “He... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aussie expats becoming potential collateral tax damageover the head for suggestions of changing the negative gearing and CGT regimes.
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
over the head for suggestions of changing the negative gearing and CGT regimes. But when the legislation was presented to parliament on February 8 – when everyone was somewhat distracted by more salacious matters – there had been no change. Expats... Read more
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DW
Hungary's Orban threatens pro-refugee NGOs, slams Muslim immigration |near the country's borders. Although the prime minister's Fidesz party does no
DW / Posted 4 hours ago
near the country's borders. Although the prime minister's Fidesz party does not currently have the two-thirds majority in parliament needed to pass the bill, it will likely make significant gains in April's vote. 'The West will fall' Orban also... Read more
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Daily Liberal
McCormack remains coy on leadership aspirationswent public in calling for the deputy PM to step down. Queensland LNP senator
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 hours ago
went public in calling for the deputy PM to step down. Queensland LNP senator Ian Macdonald, the longest-serving member of Parliament, told Fairfax Media his colleagues were upset and "tinged with anger" over Mr Joyce's handling of the affair. “He... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Victorian Nationals call police over alleged forgery in Morwell branchup large debts and was suffering mental health issues which saw him quit the Na
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
up large debts and was suffering mental health issues which saw him quit the Nationals to sit as an independent in State Parliament. "I don't believe Russell should run at the election, I think he has significant personal and family issues that... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
McCormack remains coy on leadership aspirationswent public in calling for the deputy PM to step down. Queensland LNP senator
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 4 hours ago
went public in calling for the deputy PM to step down. Queensland LNP senator Ian Macdonald, the longest-serving member of Parliament, told Fairfax Media his colleagues were upset and "tinged with anger" over Mr Joyce's handling of the affair. “He... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
MPs demand early vote on plans to reduce House of Commons numberswhether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. Th
Croydon Guardian / Posted 4 hours ago
whether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. The House is due to vote in the autumn on new parliamentary boundaries – based on rule changes introduced by the former coalition government in 2011 – reducing the number... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Potential new deputy prime minister Michael McCormack in excruciating TV interviewhas taken place in my office," Mr McCormack said. Speculation is rife that Mr
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
has taken place in my office," Mr McCormack said. Speculation is rife that Mr Joyce's numbers will have to be tested when Parliament resumes next week, after a horror fortnight in which his affair with his now-pregnant partner was revealed, and he... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
MPs demand early vote on plans to reduce House of Commons numberswhether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. Th
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
whether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. The House is due to vote in the autumn on new parliamentary boundaries – based on rule changes introduced by the former coalition government in 2011 – reducing the number... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
MPs demand early vote on plans to reduce House of Commons numberswhether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. Th
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 5 hours ago
whether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. The House is due to vote in the autumn on new parliamentary boundaries – based on rule changes introduced by the former coalition government in 2011 – reducing the number... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
MPs demand early vote on plans to reduce House of Commons numberswhether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. Th
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
whether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. The House is due to vote in the autumn on new parliamentary boundaries – based on rule changes introduced by the former coalition government in 2011 – reducing the number... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
MPs demand early vote on plans to reduce House of Commons numberswhether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. Th
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 5 hours ago
whether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. The House is due to vote in the autumn on new parliamentary boundaries – based on rule changes introduced by the former coalition government in 2011 – reducing the number... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
MPs demand early vote on plans to reduce House of Commons numberswhether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. Th
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
whether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. The House is due to vote in the autumn on new parliamentary boundaries – based on rule changes introduced by the former coalition government in 2011 – reducing the number... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Turnbull doesn't know if Joyce's leadership of Nationals is safeParty "at the moment". Mr Joyce is on personal leave this week and Mr Turnbull
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
Party "at the moment". Mr Joyce is on personal leave this week and Mr Turnbull will be flying to the United States before Parliament resumes next week. Mr Turnbull has defended the public comments he made on Thursday about Mr Joyce, which... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Xenophon's "no pokies" pledge now fewer pokiesplank to keep the next government of [South Australia] accountable on such an i
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 hours ago
plank to keep the next government of [South Australia] accountable on such an important issue, should we have the seats in parliament to influence that change," Mr Xenophon said.Xenophon takes aim at donors The SA Best leader accused the major... Read more
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The Age
Speeds down on West Gate Freeway to build new $6.7 billion toll roadget from a Labor Andrews government." He said the government would consider ot
The Age / Posted 5 hours ago
get from a Labor Andrews government." He said the government would consider other "pathways" to push the project through Parliament if the planning scheme is successfully revoked in the upper house. "There are multiple pathways, and we will... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
MPs demand early vote on plans to reduce House of Commons numberswhether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. Th
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 5 hours ago
whether to press ahead with plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600. The House is due to vote in the autumn on new parliamentary boundaries – based on rule changes introduced by the former coalition government in 2011 – reducing the number... Read more
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