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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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The clause allows a person who is ineligible to become a member of the parliament to head a political party.
He argued that article 39 of the Constitution disallows filing any penal lawsuit against any member of the Parliament on grounds of opinions the Deputy expresses during his seniority.
Oktay Eksi will preside the oath taking ceremony as he is the eldest member of the parliament.
During my four years as a member of the parliament, I have made many friends, become part of groups and organisations that contribute positively to the community, and met many inspirational people.
Luisa Morgantini (It) is the only other Member of the Parliament to receive an award, for the Development category.
Maude was first elected as a Member of the Parliament of the United Kingdom in 1983.
Earlier, Member of the Parliament Omurbek Abdyrakhmanov said that a number of politicians and activists, representing Kyrgyz opposition, were in the U.
territory of Armenia and became an obstacle for free movement of Armenian citizens and a member of the parliament, and made steps
He also said that any foreign nationality holder could become member of the Parliament through this bill so his party would strongly oppose it.
Oktay Eksi, a lawmaker from the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP), will preside the oath taking ceremony as he is the eldest member of the parliament.
The statement was made Friday, in an interview for the TV channel Evropa, by the Ataka Member of the Parliament, Hikolay Pehlivanov, saying the nationalists would not allow the opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, and the ethnic Turkish Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, to rule the country.
However, even if such an event were to occur, any Member of the Parliament confronted with an act of that nature, which he considered damaging to him, could then avail himself of the judicial protection and the legal remedies provided for by the Treaty.

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