British House of Commons


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the lower house of the British parliament

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Al-Jubouri said during a meeting at the headquarters of the British House of Commons with the Chairman and members of the Foreign Relations Committee in the Council, according to a statement by his press office today that the support that Iraq needed is not only on the military side, but also the human side and supporting the return of displaced persons and the reconstruction and rehabilitation of the liberated cities, and to provide a safe environment conducive to contribute to the rebuilding of Iraq, and the victory over the terrorist organizations, which have become a threat to the region and the world.
1 (Petra) -- Interior Minister Hussein Majali II met with a delegation from the British House of Commons Monday that comprised members of The Council for Arab-British Understanding (CAABU), and the All Party-Parliamentary Jordan group led by MP Crispin Blunt.
13 -- (BNA): The British House of Commons is expected to conduct a "symbolic vote" on recognition of Palestine as a State in a step likely to push the peace process between the Palestinians and Israelis.
He said the British House of Commons will hold a debate on Kashmir issue next week.
Mufrej Al-Hagbani, Deputy Minister of Labor, received at his office today Daniel Kzonski, Chairman of the British-Saudi parliamentary friendship committee in the British House of Commons and the accompanying delegation.
On November 14, 1977 Tam Dalyell, Labour MP for the Scottish constituency of West Lothian, asked during a British House of Commons debate over Scottish and Welsh devolution But the question was first posed by William Gladstone in 1886.
In three identical letters addressed to President of the European Parliament, Chairman of the French National Assembly and President of the British House of Commons, the People's Assembly said that these attempts are "a flagrant violation of the UN Charter, the EU law, the international law and the UN Security Council resolutions which all ban backing terrorism and urge all countries to unite in combating it.
The conference will be attended by speakers and presiding officers of Australian House of Representatives, Canadian House of Commons, British House of commons, National Assembly of Pakistan, Indian Lok Sabha and other member countries of Commonwealth.
While at Westminster Cathedral, as a member of the Franciscan order of the Catholic Church, he played a major role in converting members of the British House of Commons, including Tony Blair.
Islamabad, Feb 12 (ANI): Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan has been felicitated by British House of Commons for his outstanding contribution to the Indian film industry.
I almost suggested recruiting a few members of the British House of Commons to supervise a few intensive training sessions at the Star Square.
William Shija, Secretary General of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, Edna Moyle, Speaker of the Cayman Islands, and two members of the British House of Commons, Michael Connarty and Greg Knight.
Olmert made it clear in his speech before the British House of Commons in London on Tuesday that he has the true and frank desire to give a lot and get a little.
Giving evidence to the British House of Commons the agency's assistant director Alan McQuillan told MPs he had taken 29 cases against loyalists terrorists compared to only 14 against republicans.
And, since in the end good must prevail over evil, the Soviet Union, as he told members of the British House of Commons in 1982, was indeed destined for the ash heap of history.
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