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List of Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, 2020–present

This is a list of Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from the year 2020 to the present. The first parliament of the United Kingdom was held in 1801; parliaments between 1707 and 1800 were either parliaments of Great Britain or of Irelan ...

                                               

Scotland Act

The Scotland Acts are a set of Acts of Parliament in the United Kingdom which relate to the creation and devolution of powers to the Scottish Parliament. The term Scotland Act may refer to: Scotland Act 2016, which devolved a number of transport- ...

                                               

Parliament Act (disambiguation)

The Parliament Act normally refers to the Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949 which regulate the ability of the House of Commons to force legislation past the House of Lords in the UK Parliament, but may also refer to: UK legislation The Parliament Act ...

                                               

Criminal Justice Commission (Sri Lanka)

The Criminal Justice Commission were established by the Criminal Justice Commission Act No 14 of 1972, to serve as both a public inquiry and a tribunal to pass sentence. The key aspect of the CJC was that it could accept evidence that would have ...

                                               

Cuthbert McKenzie

Cuthbert McKenzie was an Australian politician. He was a member of the Western Australian Legislative Council for South-East Province from 1910 to 1922, as a Ministerialist and as a member of the Liberal Party and Country Party. McKenzie was born ...

                                               

National Assembly (disambiguation)

A National Assembly is either a unicameral legislature, the lower house of a bicameral legislature, or both houses of a bicameral legislature together. National Assembly may also refer to: Currently in use National Assembly South Korea, the unica ...

                                               

House of Soviets

House of Soviets may refer to: House of the Soviets Veliky Novgorod, Seat of the regional parliament of Novgorod Oblast House of Soviets Rostov-on-Don, a government building in Rostov-on-Don Palace of the Soviets, a project to construct an admini ...

                                               

Faimaala Filipo

Leaupepe Taulapapa Faimaala Fuatino Vaovasamanaia Filipo was a Samoan politician. She was the first female member of the Legislative Assembly, the first woman to be elected Deputy Speaker, and the first female judge in the Lands and Title Court.

                                               

Busisiwe Shiba

Busisiwe Paulina Shiba, known as Busi Shiba, is a South African politician who is the current Speaker of the Mpumalanga Provincial Legislature. She previously served as the MEC for Social Development from 2016 to 2019. Shiba is a member of the Af ...

                                               

Roger Dekeyzer

Roger Dekeyzer was a Belgian trade union leader. Born in Ostend, Dekeyzer became an English teacher, and the unpaid secretary of the Union of Socialist Teaching Staff of West Flanders. In 1925, he joined the Belgian Workers Party, and from 1928 h ...

                                               

Dore Smets

Isidore Albert Maria Smets was a Belgian trade union leader and politician. Born in Mechelen, Smets began working for the Factory Workers Union when he was just sixteen years old, as secretary of its branch in his home town. In 1921, the union be ...

                                               

Basile-Jean Risopoulos

Basile-Jean Risopoulos was born on October 27, 1919 in Schaerbeek to a modest family. His father was Greek and his mother was Belgian. His brother, Stephane, became an Agricultural engineer after his studies at Gembloux. In 1954, Risopolous marri ...

                                               

Michael Morris

Michael Morris artist born 1942, visual artist Michael Morris screenwriter 1918–2003, Ukraine born American television and film screenwriter MickDeth Mick Richard Morris, 1978–2013, American musician Michael Morris director born 1974, American te ...

                                               

List of prime ministers of the United Kingdom and their previous offices

This article lists which other significant offices have been held by the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom before and after they have come to power as Prime Minister. The positions and amount of experience a Prime Minister has acquired has cha ...

                                               

Kim Hyong-o

Kim Hyong-o is a South Korean writer and politician. He was a long-term Member of the National Assembly for Yeongdo from 1992 to 2012. During the parliamentary career, he served as the Speaker of the National Assembly from 2008 to 2010.

                                               

Party lists for the 2020 Israeli legislative election

The 2020 Israeli legislative election was held using closed list proportional representation. Each party presented a list of candidates to the Central Elections Committee prior to the election. If a list contains more than 40 people only the firs ...

                                               

Lizette Risgaard

Lizette Risgaard is a Danish trade union leader. Born in Norrebro, Risgaard grew up in a small house and found work as a cleaner. She moved to Amager, where she trained as an office assistant, while working part-time in a canteen. In 1980, she be ...

                                               

Session

Court of Session, the supreme civil court of Scotland Executive session, a portion of the United States Senates daily session Session Presbyterian, a governing body in Presbyterian polity Session parliamentary procedure Legislative session

                                               

Quorum (disambiguation)

A quorum is the minimum number of members of a deliberative body necessary to conduct the business of that group. Quorum may also refer to: Minyan, in Judaism, a quorum required for certain religious obligations Quorum Business Park, an office de ...

                                               

The Restoration of the Fulness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: A Bicentennial Proclamation to the World

The Restoration of the Fulness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ: A Bicentennial Proclamation to the World is a proclamation issued by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints outlining its views that the church Jesus established fell into apo ...

                                               

Evangelist

Presiding Patriarch, a church-wide leadership office within the priesthood of Latter Day Saints Evangelist Anglican Church, a commissioned office in the ministry of many Anglican provinces Four Evangelists, the authors of the canonical Christian ...

                                               

Stakeholder engagement software

The origin of stakeholder engagement can be traced back to the 1930s. But its only in 1963 that the Stanford Research Institute defined the concept of stakeholder. In 1984, Edward Freeman’s book Strategic Management: A Stakeholder Approach was pu ...

                                               

Plenum

Plenum may refer to: Plenum meeting, a meeting of a deliberative assembly in which all members are present; contrast with quorum Plenum space, enclosed spaces in buildings used for airflow Undergravel filters, in aquarium filtration, an open spac ...

                                               

United Kingdom - European Union Free Trade Agreement

The UK - EU Free Trade Agreement, is a proposed agreement between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and N.Ireland and the European Union that is due to be signed before when the transitional period ends

                                               

Gertrud Spiess

Gertrud Spiess was a Swiss politician of the Christian Democratic Peoples Party. She was a member of the National Council from 1975 to 1983.

                                               

Sandra Lehtinen

Aleksandra Lehtinen was a Finnish politician and trade unionist. A member of the Social Democratic Party, she was elected to Parliament in 1907 as one of the first group of female MPs, remaining in parliament until 1910.

                                               

Minister for Nordic Cooperation and Equality (Finland)

The Minister for Nordic Cooperation and Equality is one of the nineteen portfolios of Finlands incumbent Marin Cabinet. The position is one of three ministerial portfolios comprising the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

                                               

Olga Oinola

Oinola was born in Leppavirta in 1865. Oinola completed girls school in 1879 and she completed her graduate education in 1887. The following year she began to teach at the Finnish Comprehensive School in Helsinki she held this position until 1930 ...

                                               

Ajmer Legislative Assembly

The Ajmer Legislative Assembly was the Vidhan Sabha of Ajmer State, India. As Ahmer State was included in the Constitution of India as a class C state, a legislative assembly was formed in May 1952, constituted by the winners of the 1952 Ajmer Le ...

                                               

Agarala Eswara Reddi

Agarala Eswara Reddi was an Indian writer and politician from Andhra Pradesh belonging to Indian National Congress. He served as the speaker and deputy speaker of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly.

                                               

Invoke

Invoke may refer to: Invoke Malaysia, a Malaysian Non profit organisation founded by Peoples Justice Party PKR vice-president, Rafizi Ramli in 2016 Invoke Solutions, a market research company founded in 1999 and based in the United States Invocat ...

                                               

Wazir Baig

Mir Wazir Baig is a Pakistani politician from Gilgit-Baltistan who served as the 1st speaker of the Gilgit Baltistan Assembly. He also served as the Governor of Gilgit Baltistan in 2010.

                                               

Qatari National Day Parade

The National Day Parade in Qatar is held annually on the occasion of Qatar National Day on 10 December. The holiday was established on 21 June 2007 by decree of the then Crown Prince Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. The primary participants in th ...

                                               

Ella Riegel

Ella Riegel was an American suffragist and womens rights activist. Riegel was a graduate of the first class of Bryn Mawr College and would remain associated with the college the rest of her life.

                                               

Maulen Asimbaev

Maulen Sağathanuly Asimbaev is a Kazakh politician serving as the Chair and the member of the Senate of Kazakhstan. He served as the First Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration from 2019 to 2020, Assistant to the President of Kazakhstan ...

                                               

Victor H. Czegka

Victor Hugo Czegka was a highly decorated United States Marine Corps warrant officer. He was the recipient of two Navy Crosses, the United States militarys second-highest award, for his participation in the Byrd Antarctic expeditions.

                                               

Edward House (Australian politician)

Edward Charles House was an Australian politician. He was a Country Party member of the Western Australian Legislative Council from 1965 until his death, representing South Province.

                                               

123rd

123rd may refer to: 123rd Street station, a railroad station in Blue Island, Illinois 123rd Regiment of Foot Loyal Lincolnshire, an infantry regiment of the British Army, formed in 1794 and disbanded in 1796 123rd Contingency Response Group, a un ...

                                               

Pelagie Uwera

Pelagie Uwera is a Rwandan politician. Since 2019 she has been a member of the Senate of Rwanda, elected as a Senator for Southern Province.

                                               

2020 National Party of Australia leadership spill

A leadership spill for the federal leadership of the National Party of Australia was held on 4 February 2020, and was called by the Member for Wide Bay, Llew OBrien. The spill was called amid reports that former Deputy Prime Minister and National ...

                                               

Samagi Jana Balawegaya

The Samagi Jana Balawegaya is a political alliance that is led by Opposition leader of Sri Lanka Sajith Premadasa. The alliance was formed with the approval from the working committee of the United National Party to contest the 2020 Sri Lankan pa ...

                                               

Davao City Disaster Radio

Davao City Disaster Radio is a 24-hour community radio station owned and operated by the City Government of Davao. Its studios is located at RJ Homes Bldg., Pelayo St., Davao City, and its transmitter is located at Shrine Hills, Matina, Davao Cit ...

                                               

Multi-Agency Centre

The Multi-Agency Centre was formed following the Kargil intrusion and the subsequent overhaul of the Indian national security apparatus suggested by the Kargil Review Committee report and GoM report. Accordingly, the Intelligence Bureau was autho ...

                                               

Defence District Commander

The Defence District Commander within the Swedish Armed Forces, was a senior commanding officer, who led forces in a geographical/military territorial district, or within a specific area of responsibility. The post was created in 1942 in connecti ...

                                               

United Colonies

The United Colonies was the name used by the Second Continental Congress for the emerging nation comprising the 13 American colonies in 1775 and 1776, before independence was declared.

                                               

Aboriginal Languages Act 2017

The Aboriginal Languages Act 2017 is a New South Wales statute that is the first law in Australia to recognise the importance of the languages of the first nations people and the history of government decisions to suppress Aboriginal languages in ...

                                               

South Australian Chamber of Manufactures

The South Australian Chamber of Manufactures was founded in 1868 to promote manufacturing industries in the Colony and State of South Australia. Strongly Protectionist, it lobbied on such subjects as unionized labour, Federation, rail standardiza ...

                                               

Personal Data Protection Bill 2019

The Personal Data Protection Bill 2019 was tabled in the Indian Parliament by the Minister of Electronics and Information Technology on 11 December 2019. As of 17 December 2019 the Bill is being analyzed by a Joint Parliamentary Committee in cons ...

                                               

Capacity in Scots law

Legal capacity is the ability of an individual to transact with others. It should be distinguished from consent, where the individual with capacity, agrees for another to commit an act involving the consenter, such as consent to sexual relations ...

                                               

Forestry Commission (disambiguation)

Central African Forest Commission French: Commission des Forêts d’Afrique Centrale, or COMIFAC, Yaounde, Cameroon Forestry Commission Zimbabwe, a forestry university in Mutare Forestry Commission Ghana