NAURU CITIZENS COMPLAIN AS PARLIAMENT DOZES

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Seven-week deadlock drags on

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (Radio New Zealand International, June 10, 2010) – Nauru’s Government Information Bureau says people are frustrated at a political deadlock that’s allowed for 14 parliamentary sittings without the election of either a Speaker or President.

A spokesperson, Yvette Duburiya, says parliament sat again this morning but was adjourned by the clerk until Tuesday because there were no nominations for the position of Speaker.

She says people are upset that parliamentarians have failed to make any progress since the general elections seven weeks ago.

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