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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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1999) Sitting Days 246 Private Members eligible(1) 265 Private Members 164 (62%) requesting a PMB Requests by Private 587
Barrett indicated that her caucus wanted to introduce a Private Members' Public Bill out of the order determined in a pre-session draw of all private members for Bill positions.
1) The draw for Private Members business is the latest in a series of initiatives dating back to Confederation whose goal is to ensure that due consideration is accorded to the legislative initiatives of backbenchers with minimal use of House time.
A term of three years is fixed for the private members as opposed to the government members who hold permanent positions.
Angus MacNeil has already secured support for his Private Members Bill from the Refugee Council, UNHCR (the UN Refugee Agency), Amnesty International and the British Red Cross.
I note that the cheap attempt by the Shadow Treasurer to make mileage out of this, but note that the three Labor members are all classed as private members but have failed to put forward any business for debate.
Like many people, I believe the current benefit sanctions process can be very impersonal, however, I don't want to waste the opportunity of using a private members Bill purely to make a protest.
YOUNG lawmakers in the Lok Sabha have been submitting private member Bills to bring focus on a range of issues like mandatory voting, use of drones, rights of transgenders to cleaning up sports and regulating lobbying.
KSA based private members club Nofa Resort and Club will join the Rezidor group.
Islamabad -- The Punjab Assembly adopted seven resolutions including six private members resolutions on Tuesday during eighth sitting of its 19th session, says Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN).
like a private members club curators, interior designers, celebs and bloggers selecting stylish furniture, wall art, lighting and accessories, Free to join, it operates like a private members club with in-house curators, interior designers, celebs and bloggers selecting stylish furniture, wall art, lighting and accessories, then present them in three-day themed 'events', with tips and decorating advice.
Tapia also concluded that the club's rate structure for the general public and private members "shows a strong incentive for a regular public user to become a private member.
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