Chamber of Deputies


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one of the two branches of the French legislative assembly; - formerly called Corps Législatif. Its members, called deputies, are elected by the people voting in districts.

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Nothing important was ever brought before the government that a minister did not say, even when the case was urgent, "I have called for a report." The Report thus became, both as to the matter concerned and for the minister himself, the same as a report to the Chamber of Deputies on a question of laws,--namely, a disquisition in which the reasons for and against are stated with more or less partiality.
He went back to the hotel, where he and Dallas were to meet; and together they walked again across the Place de la Concorde and over the bridge that leads to the Chamber of Deputies.
During its meetings with the Co-ordinator of Common Services and the Chamber of Deputies' Researches and Parliamentary Studies Centre Secretary-General and Director- General, the delegation was informed of the Tunisian approach to management of human resources and financial affairs and the Chamber's various activities.
BARDO, April 13, 2010 (TAP) - The Chamber of Deputies adopted on Tuesday, during a plenary session chaired by Speaker of the Chamber Foued Mebazaa, a draft law ratifying the convention signed, on February 5, 2010 between Tunisia and the Islamic Development Bank (IDB).
BARDO, April 13, 2010 (TAP)- Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Foued Mebazaa received, on Tuesday in Tunis, President of Vietnam Nguyen Minh Triet, as part of his official visit to Tunisia (April 12-13).
BARDO, April 5, 2010 (TAP) - Chamber of Deputies Speaker Foued Mebazaa received, on Monday, Head of Delegation in charge of Relations with Maghreb Countries and European Parliament Pier Antonio Panzeri.
BARDO, March 27, 2010 (TAP) - Chamber of Deputies Speaker Foued Mebazaa Saturday received Mr.

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