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Falklands : Keith Biles Elected Speaker of Falklands Assembly
Submitted by Falkland Islands News Network (Juanita Brock) 27.02.2009 (Article Archived on 13.03.2009)

Keith Biles has been elected the new Speaker of the Falkland Islands Assembly. Anton Livermore has been elected Deputy Speaker.

Keith Biles Elected Speaker of Falklands Assembly


By J. Brock (FINN)


Keith Biles has been elected the new Speaker of the Falkland Islands Assembly.  Anton Livermore has been elected Deputy Speaker.


The election was moderated by the Attorney General during a meeting of the Legislative Assembly held at 1030hrs on Friday, 27 February 2009.  After Mr Biles , the only nominee, was elected and took his oath, Mr Livermore, the only nominee, was elected and took his oath.


Mr Biles took over the Speaker's role during the meeting.


Further Coverage of Legislative Assembly proceedings will be published on this site in due course.

 

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