Talagang matatakot ka din na interpellate
ka nyan,' Dela Rosa told reporters on Tuesday.
In a radio interview Saturday, August 3, Lacson said that with the resolution, De Lima could interpellate
and propose amendments on the bills, or other matters, being discussed in the floor.
While most senators have indicated their support for the measures, others have indicated their intention to introduce some amendments and interpellate
, which could delay the passage of the bill.
By voicing the trauma and representing violence, subjects in fact interpellate
their vulnerability and become able to articulate strategies of resistance, both individually and collectively.
Both chapters raise significant questions, such as how popular and commercially successful films interpellate
audience perceptions of race, and what the real-life consequences are of such fictional revisionism.
Mercado said he expects plenary debates to be completed on Monday night, with four more congressmen scheduled to interpellate
KUWAIT, Sept 5 (KUNA) -- It is a parliamentarian's prerogative to interpellate
any government official and that right is supported by the constitution, Kuwait's Minister of Social Affairs and Labor Hind Al-Sabeeh said on Tuesday.
This powerful inversion of roles, in which the peasant and common worker in the foreground interpellate
the viewer's attention in the presence of a deity, is a formula seen elsewhere in Velazquez's work, in Los borrachos (1629) and La Fragua de Vulcano (1630)--and most famously in Las meninas (1656), in which we spectators take up the gaze of the monarchs themselves.
Is it not true that, in the last session day, it was senator Enrile who continued to interpellate
? And is it not true that these two surnames were the ones who pushed for a military solution against the Moros during the dictatorship?" Aquino asked.
99/2011, Majlis A' Shura may interpellate
any service minister in case of violating their powers and eventually raise a report in this regard to His Majesty the Sultan.