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Section 4.13. Parliament will continue in office for a fixed statutory term of five years; and the Head of State, acting on the instruction of the Presiding Officer, will dissolve each Parliament on the fifth anniversary of the preceding dissolution, and issue writs for a general election to be held within the next thirty days.

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    Administrator #1  •  2020-08-16 22:21:18

    Section 4.13. Parliament will continue in office for a fixed statutory term of five years; and the Head of State, acting on the instruction of the Presiding Officer, will dissolve each Parliament on the fifth anniversary of the preceding dissolution, and issue writs for a general election to be held within the next thirty days.

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