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private bill

a bill presented to Parliament or Congress on behalf of a private individual, corporation, etc.
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GDA's Arif Jatoi moved a private bill to introduce The Sindh Advisors (Appointments, powers, functions, salaries, allowances and privileges) Amendment Bill, 2019.
Don't talk about the past or Pandora's box will open [] support the private bill [for the creation of the province]." Dogar further claimed that the PML-N was twisting the issue by demanding the restoration of Bahawalpur province.
Najib also claimed the 'live' video contained words referring specifically to him and carried the meaning that he abused his power by giving orders through the Cabinet to Dewan Rakyat Speaker to give way to Marang MP to propose his private Bill and set aside other Bills.
Since the resumption of proceedings last February 6, the National Assembly passed the six Government bills and one private bill:
His proposed private Bill would allow profitable and loss-making routes to be bundled together and offered as a package for which operators can bid.
Backbench Conservative MP James Wharton's private bill calling for a vote in 2017 is expected to be passed today as most Labour and Lib Dem MPs will abstain.
A West Ham spokesman said: "This was a private bill paid for by the manager as a Christmas thank you to his extended backroom staff." (ANI)
The private Bill was moved in the Lok Sabha by Dr Ratan Singh Ajnala, a Shiromani Akali Dal ( SAD) MP from Khadoor Sahib constituency in Punjab.
Political pressure - including plans by MP Ashok Kumar to table a private bill - was stepped up, as the Evening Gazette's Ban Young Guns campaign was delivered to Downing Street.
Palwasha Khan moved a private bill, seeking amendment to the Political Parties Order, 2002 to enable the middle class to participate in electoral politics.
They could have used a Private Bill or a Hybrid Bill, to get the bridge built.
Lincoln Diaz-Balart, R-Fla, proposed a private bill in Congress that would grant permanent residency for the student and his brother, who had grown up in the United States.