English version

Thirty Year Rule, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishThirty Year Rule, thethe Thirty Year RuleˌThirty ˈYear ˌRule, the  the name given to a law in Britain, the Republic of Ireland, and Australia that says that the official documents of a government will not be printed for the public to read until thirty years after they were written
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