private member


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private member

a member of a legislative assembly, such as the House of Commons, not having an appointment in the government
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8 ( ANI ): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Gopal Shetty on Thursday proposed a private member bill in the Lok Sabha demanding to extend age bar of girls' marriage to 21 years from 18.
The committee granted time to Senator Karim ahmed Khawaja to re draft his private member bill 'The Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2016.
As these contentious issues are usually not taken up by the government, the private member Bills offer a forum for them to be debated.
My concern was the private members get a substantial benefit over what public members receive," Tapia, who recommended that the renewal be denied, told the board Tuesday.
If private members are to fully serve the needs of their constituents then a private member's bill can be an effective tool in their tool kit.
the helm of one of Scotland's most exclusive private member clubs, 29 in Glasgow's Royal Exchange Square, is Gary Ross the venue's assistant general manager.
16 -- The AIADMK on Thursday staged a walkout in the Puducherry Assembly after Speaker V Sabapathy declined permission to table a private member resolution seeking economic sanctions against Sri Lanka.
A private member bill the KP Censorship of Motion Pictures (Films, CDs, Videos, Stage Dramas and Shows) Bill, 2018 was also passed.
Unlike recent Parliamentary history, at the beginning of Confederation the time allocation was actually skewed in favour of the private Member.
The incorporation of Rohitha Abeygunawardhane Foundation was based on a private member bill presented by Roshan Ranasinghe (MP - UPFA) on July 6, 2010.
John Wilkes, director of the Equal Opportunities Commission Scotland, said: "This Bill offers a sensible way of tackling women's second class membership in golf clubs and private member clubs up and down Scotland.