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I joined politics and became a Member of Parliament when I was at the peak of my career.
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.
Enstrom, 46, has been a member of parliament for Reinfeldt's conservative Moderate Party since 1998, and since 2010 has been head of the Foreign Affairs Committee.
Therefore, he will not be considered as one who has lost his seat, as he has so far failed to take oath as a member of parliament.
The 2009 definition of an MP or Member of Parliament is a parasitic creature which lives off the endeavours of others.
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. Imagine if each of the 308 members of Parliament had a "Committee of Anglicans supporting Members of Parliament" (CAMP) in their constituency; a group of men and women, young and old, who supported them with prayer and who regularly met around a wide range of issues of national interest.
Be a part of our initiative to create a fair go for all Australians by sending a letter to your local Member of Parliament supporting the adoption of Australia Fair Impact Statements.
Dear Editor, - In the two years that I've been privileged to chair the North-field District Committee councillors of all parties and the Member of Parliament have worked together on several unique initiatives which we have designed to provide good governance for the people of Northfield.
I applaud Middlesbrough's Member of Parliament, Sir Stuart Bell, and the chairman of the Cleveland Police Authority Councillor Dave McLuckie, in their efforts to try to influence Dr John Reid, the newly appointed Home Secretary, with regards to the proposed amalgamation of the region's police services.
These Parliamentary truants should be given a spell in detention and made to write out 500 times: "Being a Member of Parliament is a full-time job".
During a May 2002 onsite visit, Program Director Arguedas was invited to a meeting of the Uganda Women Parliamentary Association (UWOPA) where she met with its chairperson, Loyce Bwambale, and Winnie Byanyima, a member of Parliament. As a result of this meeting, Arguedas was further invited to meet with Uganda's Vice President, Speciosa Kazimbwe.

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