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A Foreign Float – Why are we delivering foreign policy initiatives through the FM’s speech?

Education | Mar 1, 2003

A Foreign Float – Why are we delivering foreign policy initiatives through the FM’s speech?

The Budget is becoming a spectacle rather than a document of financial intentions i Why are we delivering foreign policy initiatives through the FM’s speech? Still, I think the moves in healthcare are to be appreciated for their general direction. As for my other area of interest; the Budget is rather silent except for a tax rebate for the education of two children. I wish education would move up the priority ladder as it is as much a key to poverty alleviation as say, micro credit.

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