Louisiana: Special Session?
- Weekly Bulletin. // EPM Weekly Bulletin;9/20/2004, Issue 186, p1
Introduces the September 20, 2004 issue of the "EPM Weekly Bulletin," on parliamentary activities in Great Britain.
- MISSING IN ACTION. Schwarz, Kathy // Advocate;2/23/93, Issue 623, p14
Comments on the lack of attention given by the American public and the periodical 'The Advocate,' on the passage of Amendment 2 in Colorado.
- No room for sheilas in old boys' network. // Personnel Today;3/11/2003, p52
Discusses the problems faced by Members of Parliament (MP) in Australia due parliamentary rules in the country. Needs to review parliamentary rules in Australia; Inconvenience faced by MP Kirstie Marshall; Reason behind practice of Members of Parliament to work during unsociable hours.
- Political theatre. // Canada & the World Backgrounder;Sep97, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p18
Looks at the Question Period which is part of the parliamentary process in Canada. The least important activity of Parliament that shows politicians in their worst light; The history of the Question Period rooted in a centuries-old British parliamentary system; Supposedly the essence of the...
- France: Something of a rehabilitation. Rizzuto, Franco // Parliamentary Affairs;Jul97, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p373
Focuses on the relationship between parliament in France and the people in France, since the French revolution. Information on Vichy regime in 1940; Detail on the anti-parliamentary system during the 1930s; Examination of what helps the relationship with the people and parliament.
- Conclusion: Stronger links, weaker support. Norton, Philip // Parliamentary Affairs;Jul97, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p468
Examines public support in western democracies in 1997 for the past half-century. Why public support for parliament has declined; Examination of the role of interest groups; What can be done to strengthen support for parliament.
- Scrutiny Bill victim of 'political vandalism'. Williams, David // Public Finance;3/19/2010, p12
The article reports on the accusation against the Conservative for committing parliamentary vandalism which was associated to the scrutiny powers of the council in Great Britain.
- SEC reviews: The Securities and Exchange Commission cracks down. Halasa, Marni // Bond Buyer;12/03/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30284, p10A
Reports on a rule that legally requires transfer agents to exercise reasonable care in locating security holders with whom they have lost contact, which was enacted on December 8th, 1997. Description of `reasonable care'; Duties of the transfer agents; Information on Rule 17a-24; What the rule...
- Federal legislative review. // Secured Lender;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p78
Reports on the approval of the `Bankruptcy Code Technical Corrections Act of 1997,' by the House Judiciary Committee. Provision of interest to the Commercial Finance Association (CFA); What this act offers; Creation of the Commission.
- Deadlock would be disaster for the markets. Stodell, Hannah // Money Marketing;2/18/2010, p10
The article reports on the opposition of several equity investors for a hung Parliament after the next general elections, afraid that it would only cause disaster to the gilt market in Great Britain.