Government which is accountable to the people; specifically a political system in which governments and individual ministers are drawn from and accountable to parliament, especially the lower house, rather than to a monarch or similar power.

The Responsible Government Association (RGA), called the Rhodesia Party from 1923, was a political party in Southern Rhodesia . [n 1] Founded in 1917, it initially advocated responsible government for Southern Rhodesia within the British Empire , as opposed to incorporation into the Union of South Africa . When responsible government was achieved in 1923, the party became the governing Rhodesia Party. It endured until 1934, when it merged with the right wing of the Reform Party to create the United Party , which remained in power for 28 years afterwards, and was itself defunct by 1965.

Coghlan became the first Premier of Southern Rhodesia , and the party continued as the Rhodesia Party, which had a broader base of support, including a number of former unionists in its cabinet. [1] It remained in power until September 1933 , when the party narrowly topped the popular vote, but lost the election, winning only nine of the 30 seats compared to the Reform Party's 16. [3] Although the Reform Party was left-wing in name, many of its leading members, including the new prime minister Dr Godfrey Huggins , were politically conservative; the Rhodesia Party merged with the Reform Party's more rightist members in 1934 to form the United Party . [4]

The Rhodesia Party name was revived twice. Following the UFP's electoral defeat in 1962, the opposition would regroup under the RP moniker and Roy Welensky unsuccessfully attempted to re-enter Parliament, pursuing a moderate platform in opposition to the RF government and UDI. In 1973, the name was revived again by white moderates who entered the 1974 election on a reformist platform but won no seats.

Government which is accountable to the people; specifically a political system in which governments and individual ministers are drawn from and accountable to parliament, especially the lower house, rather than to a monarch or similar power.

Government which is accountable to the people; specifically a political system in which governments and individual ministers are drawn from and accountable to parliament, especially the lower house, rather than to a monarch or similar power.

The Responsible Government Association (RGA), called the Rhodesia Party from 1923, was a political party in Southern Rhodesia . [n 1] Founded in 1917, it initially advocated responsible government for Southern Rhodesia within the British Empire , as opposed to incorporation into the Union of South Africa . When responsible government was achieved in 1923, the party became the governing Rhodesia Party. It endured until 1934, when it merged with the right wing of the Reform Party to create the United Party , which remained in power for 28 years afterwards, and was itself defunct by 1965.

Coghlan became the first Premier of Southern Rhodesia , and the party continued as the Rhodesia Party, which had a broader base of support, including a number of former unionists in its cabinet. [1] It remained in power until September 1933 , when the party narrowly topped the popular vote, but lost the election, winning only nine of the 30 seats compared to the Reform Party's 16. [3] Although the Reform Party was left-wing in name, many of its leading members, including the new prime minister Dr Godfrey Huggins , were politically conservative; the Rhodesia Party merged with the Reform Party's more rightist members in 1934 to form the United Party . [4]

The Rhodesia Party name was revived twice. Following the UFP's electoral defeat in 1962, the opposition would regroup under the RP moniker and Roy Welensky unsuccessfully attempted to re-enter Parliament, pursuing a moderate platform in opposition to the RF government and UDI. In 1973, the name was revived again by white moderates who entered the 1974 election on a reformist platform but won no seats.

Yesterday, Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn MP, outlined his vision for a more productive and fairer economy for all at a policy seminar.

He addressed ‘the Conservative myth’ that wealth creation is solely due to the dynamic risk-taking of private equity funds, entrepreneurs or billionaires bringing their investment to UK shores.

If believed, it is logical to cut taxes for the rich and big business, not to bother to invest in the workforce, and be intensely relaxed about the running down of public services as is happening.

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After the completion of a State election, the Governor commissions the leader of the political party which has won a majority of seats in the Legislative Assembly to form a government. As well, a government can be formed by two or more parties combining.

1.    The Queen's representative (the Governor) should act on the advice of responsible Ministers (the Ministry/Cabinet), which is led by a Chief Minister (the Premier);

Government which is accountable to the people; specifically a political system in which governments and individual ministers are drawn from and accountable to parliament, especially the lower house, rather than to a monarch or similar power.

The Responsible Government Association (RGA), called the Rhodesia Party from 1923, was a political party in Southern Rhodesia . [n 1] Founded in 1917, it initially advocated responsible government for Southern Rhodesia within the British Empire , as opposed to incorporation into the Union of South Africa . When responsible government was achieved in 1923, the party became the governing Rhodesia Party. It endured until 1934, when it merged with the right wing of the Reform Party to create the United Party , which remained in power for 28 years afterwards, and was itself defunct by 1965.

Coghlan became the first Premier of Southern Rhodesia , and the party continued as the Rhodesia Party, which had a broader base of support, including a number of former unionists in its cabinet. [1] It remained in power until September 1933 , when the party narrowly topped the popular vote, but lost the election, winning only nine of the 30 seats compared to the Reform Party's 16. [3] Although the Reform Party was left-wing in name, many of its leading members, including the new prime minister Dr Godfrey Huggins , were politically conservative; the Rhodesia Party merged with the Reform Party's more rightist members in 1934 to form the United Party . [4]

The Rhodesia Party name was revived twice. Following the UFP's electoral defeat in 1962, the opposition would regroup under the RP moniker and Roy Welensky unsuccessfully attempted to re-enter Parliament, pursuing a moderate platform in opposition to the RF government and UDI. In 1973, the name was revived again by white moderates who entered the 1974 election on a reformist platform but won no seats.

Yesterday, Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn MP, outlined his vision for a more productive and fairer economy for all at a policy seminar.

He addressed ‘the Conservative myth’ that wealth creation is solely due to the dynamic risk-taking of private equity funds, entrepreneurs or billionaires bringing their investment to UK shores.

If believed, it is logical to cut taxes for the rich and big business, not to bother to invest in the workforce, and be intensely relaxed about the running down of public services as is happening.

Government which is accountable to the people; specifically a political system in which governments and individual ministers are drawn from and accountable to parliament, especially the lower house, rather than to a monarch or similar power.

The Responsible Government Association (RGA), called the Rhodesia Party from 1923, was a political party in Southern Rhodesia . [n 1] Founded in 1917, it initially advocated responsible government for Southern Rhodesia within the British Empire , as opposed to incorporation into the Union of South Africa . When responsible government was achieved in 1923, the party became the governing Rhodesia Party. It endured until 1934, when it merged with the right wing of the Reform Party to create the United Party , which remained in power for 28 years afterwards, and was itself defunct by 1965.

Coghlan became the first Premier of Southern Rhodesia , and the party continued as the Rhodesia Party, which had a broader base of support, including a number of former unionists in its cabinet. [1] It remained in power until September 1933 , when the party narrowly topped the popular vote, but lost the election, winning only nine of the 30 seats compared to the Reform Party's 16. [3] Although the Reform Party was left-wing in name, many of its leading members, including the new prime minister Dr Godfrey Huggins , were politically conservative; the Rhodesia Party merged with the Reform Party's more rightist members in 1934 to form the United Party . [4]

The Rhodesia Party name was revived twice. Following the UFP's electoral defeat in 1962, the opposition would regroup under the RP moniker and Roy Welensky unsuccessfully attempted to re-enter Parliament, pursuing a moderate platform in opposition to the RF government and UDI. In 1973, the name was revived again by white moderates who entered the 1974 election on a reformist platform but won no seats.

Yesterday, Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn MP, outlined his vision for a more productive and fairer economy for all at a policy seminar.

He addressed ‘the Conservative myth’ that wealth creation is solely due to the dynamic risk-taking of private equity funds, entrepreneurs or billionaires bringing their investment to UK shores.

If believed, it is logical to cut taxes for the rich and big business, not to bother to invest in the workforce, and be intensely relaxed about the running down of public services as is happening.

Electorate Offices . Members of the Queensland Parliament were first provided with the resources to establish electorate offices in October 1973. Funding for each electorate office at thi...
Read more

After the completion of a State election, the Governor commissions the leader of the political party which has won a majority of seats in the Legislative Assembly to form a government. As well, a government can be formed by two or more parties combining.

1.    The Queen's representative (the Governor) should act on the advice of responsible Ministers (the Ministry/Cabinet), which is led by a Chief Minister (the Premier);

The issue of what form of government the People of Assiniboia would have after union with Canada was fundamental to the Resistance. [1]

To portray the Resistance as a ‘racial’/ ethnic/ cultural/ ‘civilized vs. savage’/ ‘agrarian vs. hunter’ event is to miss its political dimension and ignore the chronology of political history in Canada. The debates of Assiniboia councils, conventions, and the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia, along with public pronouncements in the press at Red River, clearly show that the Resistance was a political event.

The people of Red River did what they could to ensure that they would have representative and responsible government. The issue was addressed during the Convention of Forty, while debating whether, in agreeing to confederate with Canada, they ought to demand that elected representatives have the power to override the veto of a Governor. Judge John Black pointed out,

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