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Parliamentary Law

The general body of enacted rules and recognized usages governing the procedure of legislative assemblies and other deliberative sessions such as meetings of stockholders and directors of corporations, town meetings, and board meetings. Roberts Rules of Order are an example of such rules.

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PA/KP/PS/2014/624853 for the NYA as official model parliament of KP province.
Since June 8, participants of the OSCE Youth Model Parliament programme have been working with trainers to learn more about representative government and parliamentary democracy in the country, developing their skills in debating, leadership, team-building, conflict management and public speaking.
The first Parliament is often considered to be the Model Parliament in 1295, which included church leaders, earls, barons, and representatives of the shires and boroughs.
November 27 is Lancashire Day and marks the anniversary of the date in 1295 when Edward I summoned Lancashire's first elected representatives to the Model Parliament in Westminster.
When Edward I called the Parliament, now known as the Model Parliament, on November 13, 1295, he felt secure in his own authority.
Neufchatel Secondary School's student model parliament is a leader in its field.
The annual Lancashire Day celebration takes place on the anniversary of the date in 1295 when Edward I summoned Lancashire's first elected representatives to the Model Parliament in Westminster.
The participants came to the capital, met with their MLAs, chose a Premier and Cabinet from among themselves, and then worked with Legislative Assembly staff to prepare for a model parliament.
If we ever get this model parliament up and running the inscription I am going to put over the entrance is Intrate peratus (Enter Prepared).
His topic was "A Model Parliament for Canada: a national institution for training future parliamentarians and a laboratory for testing parliamentary reforms'.
On the initiative of the North American Forum on Integration (NAFI), universities in Canada, Mexico and the United States set a precedent by holding the first North American model parliament, called Triumvirate, in May 2005.
The weekend event culminated with the students participating in a model Parliament within the Legislative Assembly's historic Chamber.

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