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The International Centre for Parliamentary Studies is often featured in domestic and international news. This page features a few links to these events.


Mauritus Times Interview by Matt Gokhool, Chief Executive of ICPS

"One should not be playing Russian roulette with electoral reform...and take the risk of generating significant democratic crises." ‐ Mauritius Times Interview - Matt Gokhool, Chief Executive of the InternationalCentre for Parliamentary Studies


ICPS Electoral Affairs Symposium

This video is an MBC (Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation) news report on the International Centre for Parliamentary Studies' 2013 Electoral Affairs Symposium in Mauritius. As well as detailing what occurred at the event, it also interviews a number of Electoral Commissioners about their country's electoral systems and the benefits of sharing international experiences.


ICPS and the Dubai School of Government deliver training to Dubai Electricity And Water Authority

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority and Dubai School of Government signed an executive education contract to improve and promote Government employees' leadership skills.


ICPS and The Dubai School of Government look towards future collaboration

The Dubai School of Government (DSG) published the article below in its quarterly newsletter, discussing the visit of Matt Gokhool, Chief Executive of the International Centre for Parliamentary Studies, to the Dubai School of Government and the future collaboration of the two organisations.


ICPS provide international observers for the recent election in Georgia

The 'Independent' newspaper of Mauritius, published the article below on 8th October 2012, discussing the recent Georgian elections and ICPS' role as an international observer.


BBC News Interview - Matt Gokhool, Chief Executive of the Centre for Parliamentary Studies

On Friday 23rd July, the BBC's 'Record Review' programme examined how well the Coalition Government is doing, and, critically, how long it can stay together. Keith Macdougall was joined in the studio by three experts:

  • Matt Gokhool, Chief Executive of the Centre for Parliamentary Studies
  • Vernon Bogdanor, Professor of Government at Brasenose College, Oxford,
  • Peter Harlock, Chief Executive of the pollsters ComRes.

Centre for Parliamentary Studies Annual Lecture in association with Government Gazette

"New Parliament: New Opportunity"

‐ Rt. Hon John Bercow, MP, Speaker of the House of Commons

The Speaker of the House of Commons recently delivered the Centre for Parliamentary Studies Annual Lecture, outlining his plans to revitalise the Chamber of the House of Commons and restore the good name of Parliament.

To watch BBC Parliament coverage of the event, please click on the video link below:

To view press coverage of this event, please click on one of the links below: