Legislative в новостях
|legislative assembly||Законодательное собрание|
|legislative body||Законодательный орган|
|legislative election||Выборы в законодательные органы|
|legislative elections||Выборы в законодательные органы|
|legislative session||Законодательная сессия|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Public sector wage battle looms for the Berejiklian government →
However, both approaches are likely to hit a roadblock in the Legislative Council where the government holds a minority of seats.
· China blames U.S. for growing coronavirus tensions →
The bill would allow China to sidestep the territory's own legislative body to crack down on activity Beijing considers subversive.
· Hong Kong Is Becoming Ground Zero in the New Cold War →
It’s also bad news for the establishment, as China’s decision to bypass the Hong Kong legislative process is a vote of no-confidence in the previous model of indirect rule.
The Rio Times
· Chloroquine Ban Battle Gathers Strength in the Brazilian Senate →
A draft legislative decree is being considered to prevent the drug from being recommended.
The Japan Times
· China tests global diplomacy and economy →
In the first case, Beijing’s signal on Thursday that it intends to tighten legislative restrictions on Hong Kong under the rubric of national security has brought to the surface the inherent inconsistency of the “one country, two systems” paradigm that has governed the relationship between the two for almost three decades.
· Burundi expected to announce Ndayishimiye next president →
The National Independent Electoral Commission will unveil the outcome of the presidential and legislative races at 1200 GMT.
· China strongly condemns US blacklisting of companies as trade tensions soar →
The recent move from the US may prompt China to take some “proportionate countermeasures,” said Mr Zhou.The “unreliable entity list” could be one option and “retaliation could be taken as early as after the Two Sessions,” Mr Zhou said, referring to the annual legislative meetings currently underway in Beijing and scheduled to end on 28 May.
· What else happened as coronavirus swept the globe →
A legislative change in Sudan could improve the lives of millions of women.
· Shiv Sena rakes up Governor Koshyari's RSS affiliation, questions stand on favouring university exams amid COVID-19 crisis →
Earlier, the party had vociferously raised his Sangh links over the delay in his decision on the Maharashtra Cabinet’s recommendation in April to nominate Uddhav Thackeray as member of the state Legislative Council from the Governor’s quota.
· Suriname votes with convicted-killer president's future at stake →
Suriname's convicted-murderer president Desi Bouterse says he is confident of holding onto power despite polls suggesting his NDP party will lose its majority in Monday's legislative elections.