Speech from the Throne

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Speech from the Throne (plural Speeches from the Throne)

  1. A ceremonial event in some monarchies having parliamentary systems of government, occurring at the opening of a new parliamentary session or at some other interval, in which a king, queen, or designated official reads a prepared speech to the members of parliament outlining the government's agenda.