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bicameral

Politics (of a legislature) consisting of two chambers

bicameral

[bī′kam·ə·rəl]
(biology)
Having two chambers, as the heart of a fish.
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Ungab cited there were four substantial changes, restorations and augmentations in HB 6132 that were reflected in the bicameral report namely: an increase of P1.
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14 (BNA): His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Prime Minister received a cable of congratulations and good wishes from the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI)'Assembly's second annual session of the fourth legislative term, hailing His Royal Highness's support ofs CEO, Nabil Abdulrahman Al-Mahmoud, on the occasion of the opening of the bicameral National the huge reforms in all fields and the achievement of citizens' wishes of dignified living and further development and prosperity.
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The president supports the formation of a "Turkish-style" presidential system -- a strong unicameral system rather than a bicameral one, which he says will help the country's development by eliminating "multi-headedness" in state governance and thus pave the way for a more effective decision-making system.
It has been amended twice through national referendum as well - in 1999, bicameral parliament was established, and in 2003, the term of office of the President was extended from 5 to 7 years, and allowed Emomali Rahmon, who rules the country since 1992, to stay in office until 2020.
WASHINGTON, May 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The members of the Bipartisan Policy Center's (BPC) Governors' Council - Jim Douglas of Vermont, Brad Henry of Oklahoma, Linda Lingle of Hawaii, Sonny Perdue of Georgia and Ted Strickland of Ohio - applaud the bipartisan and bicameral deal announced today on the reauthorization of the Workforce Investment and Opportunity Act:
If a bicameral parliament and proportional allocation of the budget is realized in the first 100 days of rule, then PDSH is allowed to join the government," Sela said.
Shaikha Mai was accompanied by Ebrahim Nonoo, a former member of the appointed Shura (consultative) Council, the upper chamber of the bicameral parliament.
Meanwhile, Abdul Halim Murad, a lawmaker representing the Al Asala society in the lower chamber of the bicameral parliament, said that he wanted the government to endorse a draft law that stipulates the death penalty for religion offenders.