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un·par·lia·men·ta·ry

 (ŭn′pär-lə-mĕn′tə-rē, -mĕn′trē)
adj.
Not in accord with parliamentary procedure.
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unparliamentary

(ˌʌnpɑːləˈmɛntərɪ; -trɪ)
adj
(Parliamentary Procedure) not consistent with parliamentary procedure or practice
ˌunparliaˈmentarily adv
ˌunparliaˈmentariness n
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un•par•lia•men•ta•ry

(ˌʌn pɑr ləˈmɛn tə ri, -tri)

adj.
not in accordance with parliamentary law or practice.
[1620–30]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unparliamentary - so rude and abusive as to be unsuitable for parliament
impolite - not polite
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Translations

unparliamentary

[ˈʌnˌpɑːləˈmentərɪ] ADJantiparlamentario
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unparliamentary

adj behaviour, languagenicht parlamentsfähig, der Würde des Parlamentes nicht entsprechend attr; procedureunparlamentarisch
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unparliamentary

[ˌʌnpɑːləˈmɛntərɪ] adj (Brit) (language, behaviour) → non consono/a alla sede parlamentare
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Deputy Speaker Qasim Khan Suri announced the adjournment as parliamentarians from both sides came face-to-face on the assembly floor after Ali Muhammad Khan's scathing criticism - which included certain unparliamentarily terms - of the two Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) leaders.
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When they could not gain access into the chamber, they moved into the Old Banquet Hall of the Government House where they sat and suspended the 'impeached' speaker, Ikyange, for six months, for what they described as 'unparliamentarily behaviour.' On both occasions -the sitting of July 24 and that of July 27 - they allegedly procured a mace that was not the authentic mace of the House to confer legitimacy on the illegal sittings.
The lawmakers raised 22 Points of Order consuming 20 minutes of the proceedings.The opposition lawmakers staged a five-minute protest and a two-minute walkout against the Specialized Healthcare parliamentary secretary, terming his behaviour 'unparliamentarily'.
The PM detested the idea of MPs getting up to speak on their own, comparing them with 'woodpeckers pecking on trees.' The MPs responded by protesting and accusing the PM of using unparliamentarily language by associating names of birds and animals with the MPs.
To understand the Russian approach, one needs to mark two points in the timeline: on one side is the first week of November 2015 when nonstop provocation started to goad Turkey into some kind of retaliation and on the other side is Putin's press conference yesterday (17 November 2015) where he used unparliamentarily and vulgar language against the Turkish leadership.