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debating chamber

n
(Parliamentary Procedure) a room where a legislative assembly holds debates
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As part of the Scottish Parliament's 20th anniversary programme, it plans to open up its debating chamber on September 7 to over 400 women from across Scotland for a `day of action and inspiration'.
It will contain a debating chamber, with green benches similar to those in the historic Chamber currently used by MPs, as well as committee rooms, offices for 200 MPs and staff, catering facilities, space for journalists and a visitor centre.
Parliamentary authorities plan to shift the House of Commons debating chamber and MPs' offices into existing buildings on the northern part of the estate in Whitehall.
By DAVID MWERE As the National Assembly resumes its sittings after a short break on Tuesday afternoon, the MPs will now be conducting business paperless.According to House Speaker Justin Muturi, a total of 350 iPads have been procured by the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC), which he chairs, and installed in the debating chamber with customised applications.
Dapat kaya nilang makipagdebate, this is a debating chamber. They should have the ability to engage in debates and discourses, particularly those on proposed measures to ensure that they are well crafted.
The tournament, held annually at the Scottish Parliament for the past twelve years, sees pupils compete in a day-long event with three preliminary rounds and grand final in the debating chamber of the Parliament.
So kudos to SNP MP Hannah Bardell and her fellow members of the cross-party UK Women's Parliamentary Football Team for having an impromptu kickabout in the debating chamber of the House of Commons.
Imagine if a group of Tory MSPs had done the same thing in the debating chamber of Holyrood?
NATIONAL Assembly bosses refused to allow scenes for the new James Bond film Spectre to be shot in the Senedd's debating chamber.
This is the sixth year young people have been invited into the chamber and the MYPs are the only other group ever invited to hold session in the Debating Chamber of the House of Commons, and represent the views of young people from across England and Wales.
I'm glad to see the opposition will be bringing their first team to the debating chamber and leaving the reserves at home.