Reform Bill

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Article 809 Of The Korean Civil Code - Legislative Response
... The Ministry of Justice presented a Reform Bill to the National Assembly on 13 November 1998, including the repeal of Article 809 ... Confucian groups, Article 809 was excluded from the bill by the Sub-committee on Law of the National Assembly, despite the 31 December 1998 deadline imposed by the Constitutional Court ... of the 15th National Assembly ended in May 2000, the Reform Bill automatically died ...
Days Of May - Background
... Reform also had a record of inspiring popular discontent ... Lord Grey in November 1830 was the first occasion when a ministry committed to parliamentary reform took office ... Grey formed a committee to draft reform proposals that would be sufficient to quell public opinion and "afford sure ground of resistance to further innovation", but the resulting Reform Bill ...
Five Members - Rump Parliament (6 December 1648 – 20 April 1653)
... Henry Vane was working on a Reform Bill ... Cromwell knew "that if the Reform Bill should be suffered to pass, and a House of Commons be convened, freely elected on popular principles, and constituting a full and fair and equal ... in exile after the Restoration), this reform bill provided for an equal representation of the people, disfranchised several boroughs which had ceased to have a population in proportion to representation ...
Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess Of Salisbury - Leader of The Opposition: 1881–1885 - Reform Act 1884
... In 1884 Gladstone introduced a Reform Bill which would extend the suffrage to two million rural workers ... Salisbury and Northcote agreed that any Reform Bill would be supported only if a parallel redistributionary measure was introduced as well ... The Lords rejected the Bill and Parliament was prorogued for ten weeks ...
Long Parliament - December 6, 1648–April 20, 1653 Rump Parliament
... Henry Vane was working on a Reform Bill ... Cromwell knew "that if the Reform Bill should be suffered to pass, and a House of Commons be convened, freely elected on popular principles, and constituting a full and fair and equal representation ... me from Sir Harry Vane!" He then seized the records, snatched the bill from the hands of the clerk, drove the members out at the point of the bayonet, locked the ...

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