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Re: Politics thread #354589

By Dougie MacDougall11/9 10:39Wed Sep 11 10:39:42 2019In response to Re: Politics thread #354589

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That might technically be correct however, it's only the government that can recall parliament and the court doesn't appear to have made an order to force them to do that. So I suspect that parliament won't sit until either the government recalls it voluntarily or is forced to by the courts.

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