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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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member of the parliament, Pashinyan applied to Armenia's National Security Service for explanation regarding the incident.
"As member of the Parliament's Bureau, I hope Speaker Nabih Berri would revoke the request in form, before the Bureau and the Administration and Justice Committee revoke it by absolute majority," he said.
President Dr Arif Alvi said that each member of the Parliament should plant at least one sapling.
Establish a Constitutional Coordination of Mongolia to reverse the Member's Repatriation and to decide on the matter connected with the member of the parliament, to suspend his / her mandate and to make a crime, to make clear the decision made by the Subcommittee on Immunity of the Member of Parliament.
Speaking to media, Abbasi said a member of the parliament should speak after due deliberation.
Clause 203 of the bill allows a allows a person who is ineligible to become a member of the parliament to head a political party.
Earlier, Member of the Parliament Omurbek Abdyrakhmanov said that a number of politicians and activists, representing Kyrgyz opposition, were in the U.S., where they held meetings with the U.S.
agenda approval, a member of the parliament from the Heritage faction, Zarui Postanjan, asked to be given the floor to speak about the
"Given the enemies' economic sanctions against Iran and other members of the NAM, we decided to hold economic consultations among the member states," member of the parliament's Economic Commission Arsalan Fathipour told FNA on Saturday.
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.
Addressing the NAB objection that the said sullage carrier was presumed to benefit the Ramzan Sugar Mills and not the public at large, the court noted that 'if the above reason of the NAB is allowed to prevail then it will amount to give a licence and unfettered/unlimited powers to the NAB to file a reference against any member of the parliament on the execution of any development scheme etc.

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