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The survey questioned 2,000 local party administrators, of which 55% thought they should be able to house failed asylum seekers and provide them with food, healthcare and education if appropriate. The biggest difference thrown up by the survey is
Last week's move by ANO leader and finance minister, Andrej Babis, to replace a swathe of board members at state controlled power company CEZ with his nominees created anger, particularly from the smallest party the Christian Democrats, which found
All three coalition parties have put their nominees forward to be Commissioner but have so far failed to agree with each other who should get the job. Candidate of the smallest party, the Christian Democrats, Zuzana Roithova, on Wednesday withdrew
C Coalition parties boost pressure on EC The Nation February 22, 2014 1:00 am Coalition parties are joining hands to pressure the Election Commission (EC) into holding a new round of voting to fill the remaining seats in the House of Representatives.
Some key Cabinet members confirmed [her decision] early yesterday morning by phone while they were checking the report [seeking royal approval for a House dissolution]." Although the premier did not inform the coalition partners herself, she was
Since October 18, the Internal Security Act (ISA) covered only three Bangkok districts; Phra Nakhon, Dusit and Pomprap Sattrupai. The law that prohibits mass gathering would directly affect rally sites on Rajdamnoen Avenue and others. In a special TV
VVD parliamentary party leader Halbe Zijlstra and Labour's Diederik Samsom told reporters finance minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem has drawn up a fine, detailed document for debate. The document will allow the CDA, D66, GroenLinks, ChristenUnie, SGP and
A number of 2,119 people in 17 provinces were surveyed during August 30-September 7 on their perception on politicians' behaviours. Poll, what's worrying is 61.2 per cent of the respondents said that politicians have failed to learn the real problems
A meeting of senior officials presided over by Deputy Prime Minister Pracha Promnog reviewed the situation ahead of the convening of a new session of Parliament tomorrow. The bill itself is due to be deliberated by the Lower House on August 7.
The Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) have announced names for three ministries in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa provincial government. Sirajul Haq, Inayatullah Khan and Habibur Rehman have been put forward for the ministries of education, zakat and finance. Speaking to