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Presidential Election in Republic of Congo
A Proclamation on National Agriculture Day, 2021
Addendum to Rio Tinto Limited notice of meeting
A Proclamation on Honoring Victims of Tragedy in Atlanta Metropolitan Area
Indigenous Voice: co-design for community representation
Actions in Turkey’s Parliament
Statement on House of Representatives Passage of House Joint Resolution 17
AWI Shareholders to vote on change to Constitution, Chairman Colette Garnsey to retire at AGM
Crossbench Senators urged to ignore Union intimidation and misinformation campaign
ASIC cancels Urban Commercial Group’s credit licence
Entry into force of UK-Spain Agreement on Taxation and Protection of Financial Interests
Myanmar crackdown has led to likely crimes against humanity, Human Rights Council told
Acting SecAF visits USAFA, focuses on AF priorities, academy importance
New Law Officers sworn-in
Democracy under threat as climate emergency deepens, according to Mile End Institute panel
Women’s Reference Group choose to challenge
Executive Order on Guaranteeing an Educational Environment Free from Discrimination on Basis of
Protecting farming and tourism from fracking forever
Deteriorating human rights situation in Russia UK statement
Seven years of illegal occupation of Crimea by Russian Federation UK statement
After Myanmar’s coup: Can military hold a new election?
Three youths charged after crime spree at Parramatta
New Attorney General appointed 3 March
New Solicitor General appointed 3 March
A Proclamation on National Consumer Protection Week, 2021
‘It’s time to walk together towards a referendum’: Indigenous Law Centre
A Proclamation on Women’s History Month, 2021
A Proclamation on American Red Cross Month, 2021
A Proclamation on Read Across America Day, 2021
A Proclamation on Irish-American Heritage Month, 2021
Democratic processes ‘pushed aside’ in Myanmar
COVID-secure election campaigning will go ahead
UN Human Rights Council 46 Item 2 General Debate
A Proclamation on Revoking Proclamation 10014
Executive Order on Revocation of Certain Presidential Actions
Vanderbilt political scientists examine social, psychological, legal foundations of Jan. 6 riot
Michigan’s redistricting effort makes slow but steady progress, despite delayed data, other challenges
Ensuring Tasmania’s laws are interpreted appropriately
New measures to allow proxy voting in local elections for those self-isolating with coronavirus
A Proclamation on Remembering 500,000 Americans Lost to COVID-19
UN human rights office alarmed by ‘attacks’ on judicial independence in Haiti
Myanmar’s young protesters are funny, brave and media-savvy
Outcome of Football Australia General Meeting held on Friday 19 February 2021
Gambia’s National Day
Executive Order on Revocation of Executive Order 13801
Executive Order on Establishment of White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
‘All options should be on table’, UN Human Rights Council hears
All Belarusian People’s Assembly UK statement