2011 Parliamentary Year Begins With Opening Statement
2011 Parliamentary Year Begins With Opening
When Parliament resumed at 2pm Prime
Minister John Key made his opening statement.
MPs are scheduled to take
most of this week’s business in the House with a 15 hour
debate in reply.
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