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The three interpellations dealt with corruption in distributing lands among young university graduates.
The privacy condition was also based on precedent, and was in keeping with earlier interpellations of ruling family members resulting in questioning sessions -- for example that of Interior Minister Sheikh Mohammad al-Khalid al-Sabah in 1998.
Paul D is also dismembered by the new master's interpellations.
DPJ President Ichiro Ozawa is to conduct interpellation as party representative for the first time in three years and eight months since he was head of the Liberal Party, which later merged into the DPJ in 2003.
He added that his request came in line with Article 134 of the National Assembly's bylaw, which stipulates that interpellations should be detailed, clear-cut and accurate.
The Office also reviewed a number of desires , interpellations and parliamentary questions to the government including the inquiry by one of the members about Oman University, the interpellation addressed to the Minister of Commerce and Industry about the ban of importing more than seven-year old vehicles, the interpellation addressed to the Minister of Health on the measures used in addressing medical malpractices and the interpellation addressed to the Minister of Tourism about Oman Sail Company.
Marcos is the sponsor of the revised Senate bill which is still the subject of interpellations from Senators.
Chairman of the Parliamentary Priorities Commission MP Thamer Al-Dhafiri said in a statement to journalists after a meeting that the interpellations were enlisted in the agenda of the May 10 session, which is a follow-up one to the parliament meeting on May 9.
on November 16, he said, Legarda will sponsor the proposed General Appropriations Act followed by interpellations on general principles and at 3 p.
Article 100 of the Kuwait Constitution provides that every member of the National Assembly "may address to the Prime Minister and to Ministers interpellations with regard to matters falling within their competence.
With only five session days to go, the Senate may complete interpellations on the much delayed Bangsamoro Autonomous Region (BAR) bill before Congress goes on a nearly one month break starting Oct.
Law number 100 of the constitution indicates that "Every member of the National Assembly may address to the Prime Minister and to Ministers interpellations with regard to matters falling within their competence.