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One of Navalny’s chief lieutenants, Leonid Volkov, reportedly told the Moscow Times his supporters would not protest again until later in the year, to build momentum for September’s parliamentary elections.
Regardless of the vote, the military, known as the Tatmadaw, was still guaranteed control of key ministries and a quarter of parliamentary seats under the junta-drafted constitution.
Navalny’s return has “particular high stakes” for the Kremlin due to the parliamentary elections scheduled for September, says Noble.
The key elections focused on here are presidential and parliamentary races.
Power transfers in parliamentary democracies can happen quickly.
A 2016 study found that Facebook posts could be used to predict about 80% of the winners in Taiwan’s parliamentary elections.
According to Politico’s polling average of parliamentary voting intention, support for Johnson’s Conservative Party held steady at 51 percent for weeks following Johnson’s diagnosis.
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However, the Greens—who are polling above the SPD and may well be part of the next coalition come next year’s election—submitted a parliamentary resolution in June that backed the idea of home working.
There are now demands for a parliamentary probe into workings of Facebook India.
Battle of Wakefield; the forces of Charles I defeated by the parliamentary troops.

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