unparliamentary


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unparliamentary

not consistent with parliamentary procedure or practice
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'Paucity of merit and reason cannot be concealed by unparliamentary language and malevolent innuendoes,' Lagman said in a stinging response to Go's privilege speech.
The verbal fracas continued briefly until Mohamad Ariff warned both that they would be booted out of the House if they didn't take back their unparliamentary words.
Under the 2007 rules of the National Assembly, a speaker can ban a word, phrase, or an expression if it is considered too "argumentative, unparliamentary, ironical, irrelevant, verbose or otherwise inappropriate".
He said that he should be expelled from the House if he has uttered an unparliamentary word.
However, Malacanang slammed the House of Representatives, saying its Resolution and the conduct of some of its members during the Question Hour as unparliamentary and not honorable.
The Senate chairman had intervened and more than once asked Chaudhry to not use 'unparliamentary' language, saying that running the House was the government's responsibility and it needed to exercise greater tolerance towards the opposition.
Later, the house was informed by Defence Minister Pervez Khattak that the government had decided that the use of unparliamentary language would be discouraged in the assembly proceedings and rules will be strictly enforced.
THE Akwa Ibom State Corpers Forum (AKSCF) FCT Chapter has expressed its gross dissatisfaction at the uncultured, despicable unparliamentary of the Senate president, Senator Bukola Saraki in his attempt to gag and silence the legitimate voice of Akwa Ibom people through Senator Godswill Akpabio.
This elicited an angry reaction from Kibwana who said Samba is using unparliamentary language.
She even hurled unparliamentary words at me, she told the tabloid.
'Only Congress can take disciplinary action against its own members for unparliamentary conduct or disorderly behavior, consistent with the Constitution's recognition of the legislature's autonomy, both in formulation and application of its own rules,' the resolution stated.
"I am tempted to use unparliamentary language with all those who are rejoicing and trolling me on the fact that Newton did not make it to the Oscars.