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- n. A legislative body in a government with a parliamentary system of government.
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He was elected member of the Academy of Sciences in 1852 and life member of the Upper House of Parliament in 1861.
Upper House of Parliament to vote against the bill.
The Government's reform package also proposed establishment of a Joint Parliamentary Committee on Treaties to consider tabled treaties, their National Interest Analyses, and any other question relating to a treaty or international instrument that was referred to it by either House of Parliament or a Minister.
I tell you, Mr. Finn, that the House of Parliament is the place for you to work in.