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Just days before the NATO summit, a delegation of parliamentarians from Lithuania, Ukraine, and Georgia was in Washington warning members of Congress of the dangers of Nord Stream II.
May was scheduled to address all Tory parliamentarians at a meeting on Monday night.
May was scheduled to address all Tory parliamentarians at a meeting later Monday.
Terry Campbell is press chair and Ollie Vick is parliamentarian.
Martin has been parliamentarian for six years, standing beside Lt.
In a stiflingly hot chamber, as parliamentarians fanned their moist faces, Mr Macron sent two broad messages.
Just this week, the music industry made a big push to convince European law makers, with the likes of Paul McCartney and James Blunt signing an open letter to EU parliamentarians asking them to vote in favor of the new law.
Former Finnish parliamentarian Johanna Sumuvuori told me the Finnish Parliament has separate saunas for male and female MPs and staff.
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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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