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Twitter accounts were used extensively on controversial issues by lawmakers who, under populist pressure, had to express their views and explain their stances on the microblog.
The women lawmakers of the National Assembly initiated 31 (32%) out of 98 bills on their own and 22 (22%) bills in collaboration with their male colleagues.
The women lawmakers of the National Assembly, according to the details, initiated 31 (32 percent) out of 98 bills on their own and 22 (22 percent) bills in collaboration with their male colleagues.
In addition, women lawmakers of NA initiated 31 (32 per cent) out of 98 bills on their own, and 22 (22 per cent) bills in collaboration with their male colleagues.
The lawmakers asked two supplementary questions as well.
The lawmakers then started protesting saying that they would not let the speaker to take Oath from Baldev Kumar.
According to them, if President Weah should achieve his 'pro - poor' agenda, lawmakers including top government officials need to reduce their salaries as a means of jumpstarting the achievement of the administration's goal.
The total amount of the money donated to all 299 lawmakers stood at 54 billion won, an increase of 1 percent compared to 2016.
Mr Janan told lawmakers that the payment of Rs100 million gas royalty to his constituency, PK-43 Hangu, had been pending since 2013-14.
As many as 12 lawmakers debated the resolution consuming 38 minutes of the proceedings.
The first thing lawmakers must think of is how to be accountable and responsible whether by accident or intentional, and not how to get away with it.
Lawmakers who serve for at least eight years are eligible for pensions that are based on their years in office and on judicial salaries.