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1984 Iraqi parliamentary election

Parliamentary elections were held in Iraq on 20 October 1984. The elections were contested by 782 candidates, and saw the Baath Party win 183 of the 250 seats.

                                               

2017 IORA Summit

2017 Indian-Ocean Rim Association Summit was scheduled on March 5–7, 2017 in Jakarta Convention Centre, Indonesia. It was the first IORA Summit and the 20th IORA meeting, previous meetings were only minister level. Leaders attending the summit included President of South Africa Jacob Zuma and President of Sri Lanka Maithripala Sirisena. China and Japan also attended the summit as dialogue partners. Some 12.000 security personnel, both the police and military, were deployed to secure the event.

                                               

Absolute democracy

Absolute democracy is an extreme form of a collective perception of order. It should not to be confused with "power democracy" as found in the Swiss political system in which elective activities for the adjustment of social/political matters are more frequent than in other democracies. Absolute democracy can be very unbalanced in the way that the majority is prioritized while the minority is usually ignored. Although democracy in general, strives to make the people content, absolute democracy doesnt allow the minority to be heard or acknowledged and because of this many people were not happy with absolute democracy. As Francis Devine explains in "Absolute Democracy or Indefeasible Right: Hobbes Versus Locke", there was a tension in American politics between absolute democracy and liberalism. Devine explains liberalism as, "the insistence that certain basic human freedoms are beyond abridgment". Another enemy of absolute democracy was ruling with a monarchy. A monarchy is defined as the ruling in which a monarch is the one in charge for example, a queen or king. There are no supermajorities in absolute democracies, because that is just an added limit on democracy. Nothing is stable or long term, because everything is under scrutiny from the voters.

                                               

Administrative Council

Administrative Council was a part of Council of State of the Congress Poland. Introduced by the Constitution of the Kingdom of Poland in 1815, it was composed of 5 ministers, special nominees of the King and the Namestnik of the Kingdom of Poland. The Council executed Kings will, ruled in the cases outside the ministers competence and prepared projects for the Council of State. The Council decided to revolt during the November Uprising in 1830 against Tsar Nicholas I, and transformed itself into governing Executive Commission. The Council was reformed after the death of namestnik Jozef Zajaczek in 1826, after the fall of November Uprising in 1831, after the liquidation of Council of State in 1841, after the reforms of Aleksander Wielopolski in 1863 and after the fall of January Uprising. It was liquidated on 15 June 1867. The Council was reformed: after the death of namestnik Jozef Zajaczek in 1826 after the liquidation of Council of State in 1841 after the fall of January Uprising after the reforms of Aleksander Wielopolski in 1863 after the fall of November Uprising in 1831

                                               

Administrative courts in Greece

Greece, as a civil law country has administrative courts. The establishment of those courts can be found in article 94 of the Constitution of the Hellenic Republic 1975, as revised in 2001. The administrative courts are composed from districts Courts of First Instance, district Courts of Appeal and a Supreme Administrative Court that is called the "Council of State". The Council of State is also the Court of first and last instance in some important cases. The Greek administrative courts have jurisdiction upon litigations between the State and the civilians. The most important of them are tax cases, social security cases, tort liability of the State cases, illegal immigration cases etc.

                                               

Agency Seal Medal

The Agency Seal Medal is awarded by the Central Intelligence Agency to non-Agency personnel, including U.S. Government employees and private citizens, who have made significant contributions to the Agency’s intelligence efforts.

                                               

Nambawan Super

Nambawan super Limited is one of Papua New Guinea defined Contribution Fund, approved superannuation General provisions act 2000. The Fund is administered by the Board of Directors of Nambawan super companies, the corporate Trustee of the Fund. The Fund exists to invest amounts contributed by or on behalf of the members of his pension. It has no other purpose but to serve the interests of its membership. Currently, Nambawan super serves both private companies and the public sector.