emergency meeting among us – Greens MP for Melbourne, Adam Bandt, welcomed the UK Parliament’s declaration of a climate emergency and arg…

emergency meeting among us – Greens MP for Melbourne, Adam Bandt, welcomed the UK Parliament’s declaration of a climate emergency and arg…

Greens MP for Melbourne, Adam Bandt, welcomed the UK Parliament’s declaration of a climate emergency and argued that Australia should follow their lead.[34] In October 2019, an official e-petition to the Australian Parliament calling for the declaration of a climate emergency, received more than 400,000 signatories.[35][36][37] This is the single most popular online Parliamentary petition in Australia.[37] Former federal Liberal Party leader John Hewson has publicly urged for a conscience vote in the Parliament on the climate emergency, despite the Liberal Party’s current position on climate change.[38] He also stated that “it was an emergency 30 years ago”.[38] In October 2019, the Australian Labor Party supported the Greens Party’s policy to declare a climate emergency, however the proposition failed with the rejection of the Morrison Government.[39] The motion was supported by independent members Zali Steggall, Helen Haines and Andrew Wilkie, as well as Centre Alliance.[38] On 5 November 2019, the journal BioScience published an article endorsed by further 11,000 scientists from 153 nations, that states Climate Emergency (“We declare clearly and unequivocally that planet Earth is facing a climate emergency”) and that the world’s people face “untold suffering due to the climate crisis” unless there are major transformations to global society.[40] On 28 July 2021, BioScience published another article, stating, that more than 2,800 additional scientists have signed that declaration;

Sjafruddin Prawiranegara’s Emergency Cabinet (Indonesian: Kabinet Darurat) was the government of the Emergency Government of the Republic of Indonesia (PDRI), effectively Indonesia’s government-in-exile, established in Bukittinggi, West Sumatra following the second Dutch military aggression when the republican capital of Yogyakarta was seized and most of the cabinet allowed itself to be captured in the hope of attracting sympathy from the outside world.[1]ContentsInitial CompositionEdit On 19 December 1948 a meeting was held in Bukittinggi.

Serious charges such as bribing voters and election malpractices were dropped and she was held responsible for misusing government machinery and found guilty on charges such as using the state police to build a dais, availing herself of the services of a government officer, Yashpal Kapoor, during the elections before he had resigned from his position, and use of electricity from the state electricity department.[11] Because the court unseated her on comparatively frivolous charges, while she was acquitted on more serious charges, The Times described it as “firing the Prime Minister for a traffic ticket”.[citation needed] Her supporters organised mass pro-Indira demonstrations in the streets of Delhi close to the Prime Minister’s residence.[12] The persistent efforts of Narain were praised worldwide as it took over four years for Justice Sinha to pass judgement against the prime minister.[citation needed] Indira Gandhi challenged the High Court’s decision in the Supreme Court.In 1976, Parliament voted to delay elections, something it could only do with the Constitution suspended by the Emergency.[17][18] Indira Gandhi devised a ’20-point’ economic programme to increase agricultural and industrial production, improve public services and fight poverty and illiteracy, through “the discipline of the graveyard”.[19] In addition to the official twenty points, Sanjay Gandhi declared his five-point programme promoting literacy, family planning, tree planting, the eradication of casteism and the abolition of dowry.

During the first couple of years of the war, the British forces responded with a terror campaign characterised by high levels of state coercion against the civilian population.[35] Police corruption and the British military’s widespread destruction of farmland and burning of homes belonging to villagers rumored to be helping communists, led to a sharp increase in civilians joining the communist forces.[35] On the military front, the security forces did not know how to fight an enemy moving freely in the jungle and enjoying support from the Chinese rural population.

Loughridge, Dr William Weaver, Dr John McDade, and Dr Steven Bednar, at Alexandria Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia, established 24/7 year-round emergency care, which became known as the “Alexandria Plan”.[13] Maurice Ellis Blue Plaque Unveiling It was not until the establishment of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), the recognition of emergency medicine training programs by the AMA and the AOA, and in 1979 a historic vote by the American Board of Medical Specialties that emergency medicine became a recognized medical speciality in the US..[14] The first emergency medicine residency program in the world began in 1970 at the University of Cincinnati.[15] Furthermore, the first Department of Emergency Medicine at a US medical school occurred in 1971 at the University of Southern California.[16] The second residency program in the United States soon followed at what was then called Hennepin County General Hospital in Minneapolis, with two residents entering the program in 1971.[17] In 1990 the UK’s Casualty Surgeons Association changed its name to the British Association for Accident and Emergency Medicine and subsequently became the British Association for Emergency Medicine (BAEM) in 2004.

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