New Book Details Queen Elizabeth's Final Days On Earth

We may receive a commission on purchases made from links. Even as Great Britain celebrated Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee in June 2022, there was a growing sense that this 70th year on the throne would be her last. As indomitable as she seemed, the queen had been in declining mobility for some months. Even so, the news of the queen's heartbreaking death on Thursday, September 8, 2022, came as a shock both to the world and to her closest family members.
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Strengthening Parliamentary Integration at the heart of Mr. Talbi El Alami’s speech at AIPA’s 43rd General Assembly

Rabat – The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rachid Talbi El Alami, and the Speakers of the Parliament and Heads of Representatives and Delegations of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (AIPA) member states, confirmed during the 43rd General Assembly. Their desire to strengthen parliamentary coordination in the service of AIPA’s Assembly, integrating sustainable development, international peace and security, and post-pandemic economic recovery.
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Burris: Blessings and purpose in the 4th

In many cultures and countries there is a formal changing of the guard before a sacred civic monument. In Greece, it is in front of the Parliament building. In Great Britain, before Buckingham Palace, St. James’s Palace, and Wellington Barracks. In Arlington National Cemetery, in the United States, it takes place before the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. And onlookers are instructed to remain silent and standing.

Fighting Oppression: the Freedom Alliance

This interview is well worth listening to. Rachel Elnaugh really nails the issues and what is at stake in a clear, well-reasoned, concise and informative way. We invite you to give the Freedom Alliance Party your full support. It is vital that the Freedom Movement unites and stands together and supports candidates who are opposed to the globalist agenda. Control of the Parliament is currently in the hands of the globalist fr0nt groups. It is vital that we stir ourselves to break this hold.

India needs 1,000+ pilots annually, but training infra in short supply

They also said that the number of commercial pilot licenses issued during the last few years is hardly enough to meet the rising demand. As per the Ministry of civil aviation, a total 744 commercial pilot licenses (CPL) were issued during the year 2019 which came down to 578 in the year 2020. However, the number increased further to 862 in the year 2021.

In Bolivia, a census bill ends 36 days of sometimes violent protests

The region of Santa Cruz, the economic capital of Bolivia and stronghold of the opposition, suspended, on Saturday, November 26, the demonstrations, sometimes violent, which it had been leading for 36 days against the government. Earlier on the same day, the Chamber of Deputies had adopted the government bill providing...

CV Ananda Bose becomes rector of Visva-Bharati University

Kolkata, Nov 27 (IANS) Newly appointed West Bengal Governor C.V. Ananda Bose has taken over the chair of rector of the iconic Visva-Bharati University at Bolpur- Santiniketan in West Bengal’s Birbhum district. A statement issued by the university authorities on Sunday announced Bose as the new rector of the...

'Very unsatisfactory': Lord Pannick KC blasts committee in charge of Partygate investigation into Boris Johnson as cost of probe to taxpayer surpasses £250,000

Crossbencher Lord Patrick Pannick KC says the Privilege Committee 'proceeded on the basis that the alleged contempt requires an intention to mislead’ Boris Johnson's allies have accused the Privileges Committee of a witch hunt If found in contempt and suspended from the Commons for more than ten days, the former Prime Minister could face a by-election in his Uxbridge constituency.

Couva/Pt Lisas chamber boss urges politicians to join forces to fix crime

Couva/Pt Lisas chamber boss urges politicians to join forces to fix crime. The content originally appeared on: News Americas Now. Chamber awardees: From left, Prakash Sookhai, Robby Ramlagan, Antonio Madoo, Jada Warrrick, on behalf of Bernadine Warrick, Rasheed Allaham, Ray Rajaram, at the Couva/Pt Lisas Chamber of Commerce awards function on November 24. –

European Parliament declares Russia a “proterrorist” state

The destruction of civilian infrastructure and other serious violations of human rights and international humanitarian law constitute acts of terrorism against the Ukrainian population and war crimes. European parliament. The euro room issued a resolution again condemning these attacks “perpetrated by Russia to pursue destructive political goals in Ukraine and...

Union urges Barbados Gov’t to pay Severance to ex-LIAT Workers

The content originally appeared on: News Americas Now. The content originally appeared on: Antigua News Room. This country’s largest public sector trade union is calling on the Government to follow St Lucia’s lead by settling the outstanding severance payments of its nationals who were terminated by LIAT more than two years ago.

Comment: Do we need nominated MPs when there are more opposition MPs than ever?

Just as we have three branches of government under the Constitution, could Parliament also become a three-branch structure of equal weight, with NMPs providing a fully realized “third vote”? After all, this was the plan’s original goal: to provide space for representatives who didn’t have to play to the gallery and were free to be constructive if they disagreed.