parliamentarily

parliamentarily

(ˌpɑːləˈmɛntərɪlɪ)
adv
in a parliamentary manner
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Then, in 2010, Farage became a global Internet sensation by raining on the EU's most ridiculous parade--the inaugural appearance by the first supposed "President of Europe," not a popularly elected or even parliamentarily accountable figure but just another backroom deal by the commissars of Eutopia.
What is even more unusual is that Minister Papazov has mentioned the passenger, and not the freight unit of BDZ, which was being prepared for privatization by Bulgaria's previous parliamentarily elected cabinet.
Tomorrow's meeting is scheduled to discuss a number of reports and issues of concern to the Islamic world politically, economically and parliamentarily.
Parliamentarily represented by a Labour majority, it has at the same time remained municipally solid Conservative, and maintained, for more than a quarter of a century, a sound economic equilibrium under the successive regimes of a redoubtable triumvirate of Tory knights.
The term `Restrictionism' would be coined, and Vincent, erratic and parliamentarily inept, would lead it.
The recent change of government in Japan -- after a 38 year rule by the Liberal Democratic Party -- has produced a broad alliance of opposition parties which will rule Japan parliamentarily in coalition.
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