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In other words, without a meeting, the elements of consultation, discussion or even debate attendant in a deliberative assembly are lost.
The mission ended with the vote of the deliberative assembly approves the documents and delivery of all documents referred to CCTP.
Finally, it draws attention to the link between an increase in the number of its Judges in any future enlargement of the European Union and the need to ensure that the Court continues to function effectively.Any significant increase in the number of Judges might mean that the plenary session of the Court would cross the invisible boundary between a collegiate court and a deliberative assembly. Such a development could pose a threat to the consistency of the case-law.
'The Congress, as a deliberative assembly, must allow the free rein of interpellation and debate on crucial issues like a third extension of martial law in Mindanao, which may embolden anew the military to violate civil, political and human rights even as the citizens are cowed from expressing dissent,' he said.
Plenary is deliberative assembly. We should discuss thoroughly the pros and cons of a proposed legislation particularly major one," the Liberal Party (LP) stalwart said.
It was authorized by the deliberative assembly (the Board) of the CCAS and the (Municipal Council) of the City respectively dated 05-06-14 and 12-06-14.
As a 'deliberative assembly,' Congress should 'allow the free rein of interpellation and debate on crucial issues like a third extension of martial law in Mindanao,' according to Lagman.
An "executive session" has been defined to mean any meeting of a deliberative assembly, or a portion of a meeting, of which the proceedings are secret.