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Leaders in the learners’ seats

Tuesday 6 October 2015 | Published in Politics

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Leaders in the learners’ seats
Parliament of the Cook Islands Deputy Speaker Rose Toki-Brown receives one of eight laptops and fi ve computers gifted by the Parliament of Western Australia. Pictured (from left) is Parliament of Western Australia acting deputy clerk of the legislative council Paul Grant, Cook Islands Deputy Speaker Rose Toki-Brown and Parliament of Western Australia president of the legislative council Barry House.

The nation’s leaders have become learners this week as part of a special United Nations Development Programme to better understand the workings of parliament.

The nation’s leaders have become learners this week as part of a special United Nations Development Programme to better understand the workings of parliament.


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