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nonparliamentary

Definitions

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  • adj. Not parliamentary.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ parliamentary

Examples

  • Storting decided that its members should not participate in nonparliamentary committees appointed by the Storting itself.

    The Norwegian Nobel Committee

  • A second change was made in 1977, when the Storting decided that its members should not participate in nonparliamentary committees appointed by the Storting itself.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Would an Act of Congress Be Required to Allow President Obama To Accept the Nobel Peace Prize?

  • As a nonparliamentary legislature with seniority-based committees, the U.S.

    Party Loyalty May Be Fraying, but Parties Still Count

  • Ladislav Grabski formed a nonparliamentary ministry of experts, which managed to stabilize the currency by creating the Bank of Poland and establishing a new unit of currency, the zloty.

    1923

  • The Independents, with 163 seats to the Liberals '152, renewed demands for the use of Magyar language and refused to recognize the nonparliamentary government established under Baron Géza Fejerváry.

    1875, Feb

  • As the first paid, nonparliamentary secretary-general, Lange administered the affairs of the Interparliamentary Bureau, met with parliamentary groups in various countries, helped to formulate the agenda for the annual meetings, edited the official publications of the Union, raised money (Norway was the first country to provide an annual subvention to the Union), and kept the Union in the public eye by lecturing and publishing on his own account.

    Christian Lange - Biography

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