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Bill: RP:HOUSE SPEAKER - SENATE PRESIDENT FORMS JOINT INVESTIGATIVE PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE

Details

Submitted by[?]: Luthorian Labour πŸ›‘

Status[?]: passed

Votes: This bill is a resolution. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.

Voting deadline: February 5184

Description[?]:

The House Speaker John Elmore & Senate President have decided to form a joint parliamentary committee to investigate the charges & sebsequent actions to be taken in view of the references sent by the government.Committee will include 50 members 25 Members of Commons & 25 Senators.

Parties shall nominate their members accordingly ( comment your members below)

LP -8 members
RFE- 6 members
PP- 6 members
CSCU- 5 members
CPPL- 5 members
HN- 5 members
LL - 5 members
SCC- 5 members
LCP- 5 members

Speaker of the House &
President of the Senate


Proposals

Debate

These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:

Date14:54:52, September 20, 2022 CET
FromList Humperdinck ✌
ToDebating the RP:HOUSE SPEAKER - SENATE PRESIDENT FORMS JOINT INVESTIGATIVE PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE
MessageMembers:

Jenny Humperdinck
William Humperdinck
Henry Cole
David Lewis
Louise Nottingham-Humperdinck

Date16:20:40, September 20, 2022 CET
FromRally for Luthori
ToDebating the RP:HOUSE SPEAKER - SENATE PRESIDENT FORMS JOINT INVESTIGATIVE PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE
MessageGeorge Bittersmith MP
Stephen Bennett MP
Thomas Cook MP
Sarah Breakwaters MP
Louise Heatherington MP
George Bellrat MP

Date16:43:09, September 20, 2022 CET
FromLuthorian Labour πŸ›‘
ToDebating the RP:HOUSE SPEAKER - SENATE PRESIDENT FORMS JOINT INVESTIGATIVE PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE
MessageMembers:

*Isabelle McNaughton, (Commons)
*Gerrard Hofsworth (Commons)
*Justin Greenwood (Senator)
*Elizabeth Eleanor (Commons)
*Mark Tyler (Senator)

Date17:33:37, September 20, 2022 CET
FromImperial Conservative Union (National)
ToDebating the RP:HOUSE SPEAKER - SENATE PRESIDENT FORMS JOINT INVESTIGATIVE PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE
MessageMembers :
Benjamin Kennedy, former President and Prime Minister of Luthori, leader of the Progressive Party, MP (House)
Issac Furgton, MP (Senate)
Micheal O'Connell, leader of the Progressives Members of the Senate
George Abraham, MP (House)
Kerry Jenkins, MP (Senate)
Jade Hutings, MP (Senate)

Date17:54:45, September 20, 2022 CET
FromSolidarity Electoral Action
ToDebating the RP:HOUSE SPEAKER - SENATE PRESIDENT FORMS JOINT INVESTIGATIVE PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE
MessageMembers:

Brian Murray, former Prime Minister of Luthori, MP (Senator)
Liz Dutton, Leader of the SCC in the Senate, MP (Senator)
Justin Brandt, Leader of the SCC in the HoC, MP (House)
Pauline Morgan, MP (House)
Oliver Caldwell (House)

Date18:21:55, September 20, 2022 CET
FromLuthorian Labour πŸ›‘
ToDebating the RP:HOUSE SPEAKER - SENATE PRESIDENT FORMS JOINT INVESTIGATIVE PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE
MessageCaroline Whitford
Dan Morris
Holly Champion
Mark Lockhart
James Allan
Esther Laing
Chris Jayawardena
Oliver Nichols

Date18:37:46, September 20, 2022 CET
FromLuthorian Democrats πŸ”΅
ToDebating the RP:HOUSE SPEAKER - SENATE PRESIDENT FORMS JOINT INVESTIGATIVE PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE
MessageNigel Brooks (Commons)
Catherine McNaughton (Senate)
Andrew Morrison (Commons)
Thomas Ericsson (Senate)
Sarah Nichols (Commons)

Date19:00:37, September 20, 2022 CET
FromLuthorian Conservative Party (National)
ToDebating the RP:HOUSE SPEAKER - SENATE PRESIDENT FORMS JOINT INVESTIGATIVE PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE
MessageDee Howard MP
Daniel Campbell MP
Donna Dyer MP
Karen Rose MP
Michael O’Neal MP

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Voting

Vote Seats
yes
        

Total Seats: 297

no

    Total Seats: 0

    abstain
     

    Total Seats: 38


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