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So Norment, who is regarded as a master parliamentarian, attempted a last-ditch maneuver in the committee meeting.
The State Department won't intervene to halt the extradition of an ex-Lithuanian judge and parliamentarian wanted on charges stemming from her claim of a powerful pedophile network in Lithuania.
Over 70% of the 100,000 Christians who fled to Kurdistan have returned to their homes on the Nineveh plains, says Romeo Hakari, a Christian parliamentarian in Erbil.
Bloomberg/Getty Images Mark Zuckerberg will not testify before British parliamentarians about Facebook’s role in the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the company has announced.
There has been speculation that Clay might find a way to install a new parliamentarian — a referee, of sorts — to replace Biesecker at the next council meeting.
This is the first electoral law crafted with the collaboration of parliamentarians and civil society activists.
Only a last-minute intervention from Wilson's local parliamentarian saved her from being deported and separated from her daughter and granddaughter, Ashwell said.
Others see a risk that anti-EU transnational lists could do well, while some are also concerned the system would create two classes of EU parliamentarians.
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: a member of a parliament; especially : a member who knows a lot about the way things are done in a parliament
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