The following six candidates were nominated by their respective parties after the anouncement of the results of the elections for a new National Congress.The parliamentary commission for elections approved their applications in that same week.Sukhan Paskutsky, Social Democratic Movement (SDH)Mily Takayew, Citizen's platform (BUP)Murhat Odenyazow, Party of industrialists of Turkmenbaijan (PSS)Säher Mubarakyew, Communist party (KP)Gülan Hamarakyew, Kyrzbek minority party (KTP)Asuman Baknezarayowa, Party for European integration (AIP)The ruling Social Democratic Movement (SDH) nominated Sukhan Paskutsky.As the SDH held only 48 of 103 seats in parliament,but 67 seats were required to elect the president, at least 19 dissenting vote from the opposition was required.Results:The candidate of SDH appealed the other fractions to support the candidate of AIP as they know they would not reach the 67 seats which is needed to deliver the president.BUP decided already to back up the candidate of AIP. The coalition of SDH-BUP-AIP has 68 seats from the 103. KTP voted in favour of their own candidate as did well PSS.KP voted in favour of SDH.Asuman Baknezarayowa: 68Murhat Odenyazow: 15Säher Mubarakyew: 13Gülan Hamarakyew: 7In her presentation before the voting mrs. Asuman Baknerazayowa said:"The European orientation of Turkmenbaijan must be a priority. This has to be the policy of Turkmenbaijan in the next years and this is the policy that mustcontinue" and that "I am convinced that Turkmenbaijan has no other future than a European future."Mrs. Asuman Baknezarayowa, AIP, president of the State Turkmenbaijan
Commonwealth Master Plan for Higher EducationAustralians have always expected their country to be a place where they could find a fair go, getting ahead with their families. The first step in getting a fair go in ensuring Australians have access to high quality higher education, whether it be through universities, community college or technical colleges. For too long, Australians have found getting a degree massively unaffordable, saddling students with nearly $80,000 of debt before they have a shot at getting the high wage jobs that they trained for in university. That ends with the Commonwealth Master Plan for Higher Education. With the Clinton Government's plan for higher education, we enter a new contract with the youth of Australia. We will guarantee each student currently in university that they will have a place at our nation's institutions as long as they have the dreams to achieve.The Hon. Tanya Plibersek, MPDeputy Prime Minister, Minister for EducationThe Hon. Simon Crean, MPMinister for Business, Science, Innovation and SkillsThree Systems for Higher EducationWe will reorganise the current universities and technical colleges into three unified systems:The University of Australia system. For students who are in the top 10% of all high school and secondary college students in year 12 on the ATAR, finishing SSCE's, they gain automatic access to the University of Australia schools. They are:The University of Australia, SydneyThe University of Australia, MelbourneThe University of Australia, NewcastleThe University of Australia, Southern QueenslandThe University of Australia, TasmaniaThe University of Australia, CanberraThe University of Australia, Western AustraliaThe University of Australia, National (Canberra)The University of Australia, MonashThe University of Australia, AdelaideThe University of Australia, QueenslandThe University of Australia, New South WaleThe Australian State University system. Students who are in the top 30% of all high school and secondary college students in year 12 on the ATAR, finishing SSCE's gain automatic entry into the Australian State University system. The schools are as followsAustralian State University, MacquarieAustralian State University, Western SydneyAustralian State University, VictoriaAustralian State University, TownsvilleAustralian State University, CairnsAustralian State University, BrisbaneAustralian State University, LoganAustralian State University, Perth-MurdochAustralian State University, Sunshine CoastThe Australian Community University and Technical Institute system. All students who complete SSCE's may gain automatic entry into the ACU and ATI systems. Australian State University and University of Australia branch technical institutes may apply selective practices on their institutes. State and Commonwealth AssistanceTo achieve these enrolment figures at the start of the 2018 school year, the Commonwealth and State and Territory governments will assist all students in achieving college by eliminating the need for money as a way to achieve success. Beginning in 2018, all students enrolled in a university, community university, or technical institute will not have to pay admission fees.Outstanding balances will not be absorbed by the university, state government, or Commonwealth government. If students de-enroll from any of the three systems, the offer of tuition compensation is revoked. International students must meet equivalent standards, and payment arrangements must be met either with individuals or with national governments depending on the situation of tertiary education in the country of origin for the student.This arrangement has been agreed to by the state Premiers, the Prime Minister of Australia, and the coordinating ministers of education and skills at the federal and state/territory level.CostingsThe cost of the system is estimated to be $180 billion for the 2017-2018 budget.The result is $22,500 per student enrolled in the system.The Commonwealth will provide $120 billion of the $180 billion.
"Helvetican politics has been pretty much 50/50 ever since the communist overthrow, and so far we've only had two prime ministers, constantly switching depending on the ideological mood of our citizens; The National Democratic Alliance under PM Shinzo Abe, a coalition of all centre-right parties and the opposition United Progressive Alliance under Xi Jinping, a collection of all centre-left parties. Both coalitions maintain our Welfare system which very much alike the Nordic model, and it made Furukawa greater than ever. Abe and Jinping may be great rivals, but also great friends and as such as much as possible they do hang out with each other. Two great men of opposing ideologies being friends is an incredible sight; they have been childhood friends since they were little kids and have always sticked together no matter what."
LS: Well, we've had quite the first round in this presidential election, and it has come down to the wire, but it looks like this at the end of the night:Stephen Conroy (Progressive)30%Andrew Kligenberg (One Nation)32%President Julia Gillard (Labour)24%Malcolm Turnbull (Conservatives)18%Independents8%This is a huge shock, Kerry. I am still trying to wrap my head around it. Andrew Kligenberg has won in this current climate of anti-politician sentiment that seems to be a very large undercurrent in Australia and in the world. Stephen Conroy came in second, buoyed a bit by the result of his party coming into Government at the last federal election. What will the implications of a race like this be on federal and state politics?KB: Leigh, we don't know is the correct answer. There is a huge anti-politician, anti-EU sentiment in Australia at the moment, and it's picked up from where the Duxburians were heading into the end of last year, where the British were in reference to the European Union (but they have since come back down a bit). It's the fact that people in rural Australia feel like the Progressives, Labour, and the Conservatives have all left them behind. They're seeing jobs vanish and people are struggling, and they came out in droves to Andrew Kligenberg. Remember, mining is a huge industry in the bush and in the Outback. Thousands of jobs around the country are dependent on the Australian mining industry, and Andrew Kligenberg is perhaps the biggest lion in the forest. LS: Do you have any predictions?KB: Considering where Andrew Kligenberg was at the beginning of the campaign, no I don't. What Stephen Conroy will have to do to beat Kligenberg is get the Gillard voters onside. If the left and the right voted for just these two candidates, It looks like Kligenberg would be ahead 54 to 50, with him left courting the 8% of people who voted against the major parties. However, one would think that if they didn't vote for a major party, Kligenberg could get the lion's share of them and it could, COULD propel him to the Presidency.LS: Well, thank you all for watching the ABC's coverage of Australia's first round of its historic presidential election. As a reminder, the final round will be underway on April 8. Stay tuned for more news about a debate schedule between Andrew Kligenberg of One Nation and Stephen Conroy of the Progressives.
A.F: It was surely a clear win in almost all the positions in Alonzo for Convergence, though quite impressive, as this province is historically been more into the Social Democrat and the Christian Democrat Parties that are grouped under the Flag of The Coalition. As well, other thing that impressed the most, is how the Independence Party, managed to be the Third Political Force of Alonzo, while The Oposition Parties Grouped under The Left Coaltion barely won two or three positions in many places throught the Province.G.M: Though some of the resuts could have been this way, as there was a great incapacity of many members of the The Left Coalition Candidates, that were now seeking the re election. We will now Go again to the Electoral Coucil, were the Broad will Give the Results of the Province of Marie Therese:Electoral Council: Sorry for the Long wait we have some issues with the systme, but hopefully we have fixed up those issues and will proceed to readMARIE THERESE PROVINCE ELECTORAL RESULTS:-Provincial President Results: - Ignacio Espinola / Convergence ( Conservative/Social Liberal/New National): 44.83% -Angela Hammel/ The Left Coalition (Liberal-Communist-Patritot): 20.94% -Robert Nadler/ The Coalition Alliance (Social Dem-Christian Dem-Greens):13.55% -Helmut Krakauer /Independence Party: 10.55% -Phillipe Mosadeq/ Marie Therese Regional Party: 5.61% -Robert Johnson/ Independent: 4.62%-PROVINCIAL ASSEMBLY ELECTION:* There are 17 Assembly MembersPARTYPERCENTAGENUMBER OF SEATS50.87%1019.93%312.72%210.03%15.35%11.00%0-ELECTION FOR MAYOR OF THE CITY OF SAINT THERESE* The Municipal Council of Marie Therese and The rest of Municipalities of the Marie Therese Province, is composed by one Mayor and 7 Councilors. According to the Electoral Register, there are 7 Districts, each district has one councillor, so when a municipal council election is due, there are 7 councillor candidates per party, among these 7 one is elected leader. The party or group that has the largest number of councillors, manages to make their leader Mayor of the city.CANDIDATEPARTYPERCENTAGEELECTED CHARGE# OF COUNCILORS - Cloudette Heymans45.54%Mayor of the city ofSaint Therese AndCouncilor of the 7TH District3 Lorraine Welch28.77%Councilor of the 1st District1 -Stephan Duffrey15.79%Councilor of the 2nd District1 -Mark Tatcher6.95%0 -Alexander Reyes2.91%0-RESULTS ON OTHER MUNICIPALITIES OF THE PROVINCE:*There are 21 Municipalities in the Province of Marie Therese (Excluding the City of Saint Therese)PARTYMUNICIPALITIES WON106311
TRYMPOV:"Well, folks. Wow. What a crowd! Great crowd! Great people!""What a night it's been, folks. You know, when we started this movement years ago, nobody could imagine that we'd finish second in the Senate, with 28% of the vote - nor did they imagine that we would actually be able to topple the PKP regime. Nobody would have even thought! But here we are."Crowd cheers wildly"I'd like to echo the words of our next Prime Minister, Metodi Pravoslav, when he said the decent people of Pravoslaviya have stood up and delivered a patriotic Parliament! What a wonderful thing it is. Brilliant. The best Parliament this country has ever had. And boy, does this country need it.""Fifteen years of the PKP and Retard Apostol in charge, and they've been total losers. Failed on every count, and now the whole nation is under attack, as Metodi said. That is why I have decided that we will support the NDC unconditionally for one year - one year - while we negotiate a coalition agreement. Now they'll say, in the media, oh, it's a blank cheque, it's a bad deal. But what do we get? The PKP out. A patriotic government. And most of all, ACTION! We need action! Now! We can't wait months while more boats land on our beaches, more mosques preach treason and hatred, more Turkish schools open, more corrupt PKP politicians and their mafia and business friends steal more money from the people. By the end of 2017, folks, it could've been too late. Bye-bye, Pravoslaviya! But it won't be, because we're supporting Metodi. And he's a good guy, Metodi. Good guy.""And I was pleased to hear what he had to say earlier. He's really going to take on corruption. Take on the ghettos. Take on the migrant boats. We finally have a Prime Minister who's not afraid to fire a warning shot, let alone an actual torpedo. I was the first to propose that and you had politicians as far away as Inquista telling us 'oh, no no, that's bad, that's bad'. Well now, it's government policy, folks. It's gonna happen! We're finally putting our foot down and saying to the migrants not, 'don't come, you might die, but you'll probably survive and then you get to stay here'. We're saying 'don't come, or you will die. Go somewhere else or stay home. You have nothing - NOTHING - to gain by getting on a boat and coming to Pravoslaviya, all the way across the sea.' And we're finally not afraid of the hate preachers and the treacherous agitators in the mosques. Not afraid of big business and big organised crime and powerful politicians and civil servants. You know, I hope he sacks a lot of the civil servants. And the police and generals. You can't have a patriotic government work successfully - EFFICIENTLY - if you have unpatriotic people carrying out its orders.""So, goodbye Retard Apostol and Dwarf Nikola. I'm so glad he's lost and I really hope he joins Tsrvenovski out of politics, you know. What a lightweight. What a mess. I really hope Fake Taylor is watching this and I really hope that plastic surgery woman from Inquista is watching and I hope they can cry. They've both had horrible botch jobs on their faces so you don't know whether like, the things, like muscles - THE DUCTS - that's it, the ducts. You don't know if they can work any more. But I hope they can because I want them to watch this glorious night and weep. Weep as Pravoslaviya fights back. Because we're fighting back, folks. We've gotten such a bad deal from the Retard Apostol years. We're changing the terms now. Tonight the terms change. Tonight we get things on our own terms. Not on the Pomaks' terms, or the corrupt elite's terms, or the migrants' terms. No more migrants and minorities first politics. It's our terms. It's our time. Goodnight, folks!"
" Well, it would be a honor to seat in the Speaker´s seats. Actually, in all of my years a Sitanovan MP I have never seated there. So thank you very much". Said the Prime Minister"With regard to the visit to the Royal Palace, me and my wife will be honored by your kind company".Mr. Shaw
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