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He served in the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Canadian Armed Forces from 1951 to 1987 and was a Member of Parliament from 1994 to 1997.
If you have the time, visiting your Member of Parliament in person to discuss your support for Motion 312 is also very effective.
The most significant role that "ordinary Anglicans" can play is to engage in one-on-one or group conversations with their local member of Parliament.
How could it be argued that a member of parliament is in a fiduciary relationship with his or her constituents?
You can send a letter to your local member of parliament supporting this initiative on www.
I have, therefore, been saddened to read of accusations by the Member of Parliament that councillors are trying to exclude him from District Committee meetings because of a proposal to change the day on which we hold them from Saturday to a weekday evening.
The interesting question - as posed by the past Father of the House of Commons, Mr Tam Dalyell, on the introduction of devolution in the UK - is that a Scottish Member of Parliament could vote for proposals relevant only to England, with no consequences to his own constituency.
Betty Majula (2002 intern) moderated, and among the panelists were a re-elected member of parliament, a newly elected member of parliament and a candidate who was not elected.
Queen Elizabeth II arrived for a royal tour of New Zealand on February 22 and was greeted by the world's first transsexual member of parliament.
A Jewish member of parliament who almost got in a fistfight with one of the Arab deputies was also thrown out of the session.
No explanations--just get down to Cape Town, these are the travel arrangements, this is where you will be staying and you will be sworn in as a Member of Parliament.

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