NEW MINISTERIAL CAR FLEET ORDERED

Sanctus Secretary for Governmental Affairs, Ben Jackson, today confirmed that the Government had placed an order for nineteen new ministerial cars to replace the current fleet, all of which are nearing seven years old. The nineteen customised Jaguar XR Sentinels are going to cost the Treasury approximately S£3.1 million. Explaining the decision in the House […]

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GOVERNMENT APPOINTMENTS POSTPONED DUE TO FEDERALISATION ISSUES

Sanctus A number of five-year-terms in government-appointed positions, due to end on February 28th, have been extended by a month because of confusion post-federalisation, Secretary for Governmental Affairs Ben Jackson confirmed today. The delay is because the the government has not yet finalised which positions should be disestablished and split among states, and when it […]

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NEW POLITICS IN A NEW SANCTARIA

Sanctus Legislation officialising the referendum result was signed by President Woodstrom this morning – Sanctaria will become a federalised country at one minute past midnight on January 1st, 2019. While the entire process will take much longer than this referendum campaign, the Democratic Left Party, and in particular Secretary for Devolution and Governmental Affairs Ben […]

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SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO FEDERALISATION PLAN TO BE ANNOUNCED TODAY

Sanctus The bill that would federalise Sanctaria goes back before the Joint Committee on Devolution this week after a tumultuous fortnight in both Houses of Parliament. While both Houses were overwhelmingly in favour of federalisation, in principle, a number of Senators and Deputies raised significant objections with how the government was planning to execute them. […]

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“GREAT DEVOLUTION BILL” SENT TO CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM COMMITTEE

Sanctus Almost a month after the government first unveiled their white-paper on devolution and decentralisation of power, Secretary of State for Devolution Ben Jackson today formally submitted a bill to the Joint Committee on Constitutional Reform, the bill now formally beginning a long and arduous journey through committee stages, report stages, and debates and scrutiny […]

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