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Speech from the Throne


The speech given by the Governor General at the start of a new session of Parliament, describing what the government plans to do.
Source: lop.parl.gc.ca

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Speech from the Throne


A speech made by the Sovereign or Governor-General to officially open a session of Parliament. The Speech from the Throne outlines the Government's legislative and policy plans.
Source: parliament.nz

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Speech from the Throne


  In Canadian parliamentary parlance, the speech from the throne is the address made by the governor general (or lieutenant governor for the provinces) at the opening of a new session of parliament.  The speech is written by the prime minister (or premier) and sets out the goals of the government for the coming parliamentary session.  An ‘addr [..]
Source: democracy.arts.ubc.ca


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