Member of Parliament


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Member of Parliament

a member of the House of Commons or similar legislative body, as in many Commonwealth countries
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He said Mr Kwerepe grew up as a responsible, intelligent, cooperative and loving citizen, hence he managed to serve Ngami constituency as its Member of Parliament for a long time.
served as a presidential senior advisor and member of parliament from the national list in the first Rajapaksa administration.
I joined politics and became a Member of Parliament when I was at the peak of my career.
Similar draft law was initiated by Ata Meken faction and Member of Parliament Ismail Isakov.
According to the Article 62, an individual cannot be qualified to be the member of Parliament unless he is an honest and loyal citizen of Pakistan and is enrolled as a voter in any electoral roll.
We note with particular concern efforts to deprive Serhiy Vlasenko, a Member of Parliament and defense counsel for former prime minister Tymoshenko, of his seat in parliament, his corresponding immunity from prosecution, and his right to travel outside Ukraine.
14 (Saba) - Human Rights Minister Hourria Mashhour called Thursday for accelerating the investigation procedures in the assault on Member of Parliament Ahmed Saif Hashed.
A 36-year veteran of the RCAF and Canadian forces himself, Jack Frazer fought as a Member of Parliament for veterans rights and benefits
Member of Parliament Stephen Woodworth has put forward a Motion in Parliament (Motion 312) that recommends that Parliament form a special Parliamentary Committee to study Canada's 400-year-old definition of a human being and to report back to the House of Commons on the medical evidence it finds, and on options to deal with this archaic law.
I'm still a member of parliament and intend to remain as a member of parliament.
Esther McVey was the first Member of Parliament to employ an apprentice, and in order to do so rules and regulations set by Parliament had to be changed.
Canadian Member of Parliament Karygiannis expressed his heartfelt thanks to all Members of Parliament for passing Motion M-505 with respect to the poisonous gas attack on Halabja, Iraq and other atrocities committed by Saddam Hussein.

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