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The Macedonian parliament Thursday ratified again a historic deal with Greece aimed at ending a long-running name row after its president refused to sign it, paving the way for a referendum. We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. President Gjorge Ivanov, an ally of the nationalist opposition, last month vetoed the government-backed accord. Retrieved "Singapore's PAP returned to power".
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However it said the government would spend Sg28bn over the next five years to expand and upgrade the transport system, including the metro, which has recently faced criticism for a series of breakdowns. There were more than 600,000 private cars in Singapore at the end of 2016.
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Much soul-searching is in order for the seven non-Workers' Party (WP) opposition parties that contested GE2015, all of which will have zero representation in the 13th Parliament. Archived from the original on Retrieved "The Executive". Archived from the original on Retrieved "Corruption Surveys and Indices". "Singapore Lee's People's Action Party Wins Parliament Majority".
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Retrieved 9 November 2011. This has the desired result." 21 The boundaries of electoral constituencies in Singapore are decided by the Elections Department, which is under the control of the Prime Minister's Office. 34 On, following the 2011 general election, the Prime Minister announced that a committee would be appointed to review politicians' remuneration, and that revised salaries would take effect from that date. Ministers in Singapore are the highest paid politicians in the world, receiving a 60 salary raise in 2007 and as a result Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's pay jumped.1 million, five times the US400,000 earned by US President Barack Obama.
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36 Currently, there is one Non-Constituency Member of Parliament. Members of parliament who support the bill in principle but do not agree with certain clauses can propose amendments to those clauses at this stage.