Translation of parliament in Spanish:


parlamento, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɑrləmənt//ˈpɑːləm(ə)nt/


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    parlamento masculine
    • He has suggested it to no one connected with the Parliament, nor is he willing to.
    • There is a view that our Parliament has fallen in esteem because of legislation from Europe.
    • The annual budget only comes into force once the President of the Parliament has signed it.
    • To move it could involve changing an act of Parliament which governs the use of the downs.
    • It is now up to the Commission to submit a new, or the same, proposal to the Parliament.
    • Anyone care to tell me whether this bill made it though Parliament this week?
    • Electioneering promises that go beyond the life of a Parliament are thus mere wind.
    • We need a House with more scientists; we have enough lawyers in Parliament as it is.
    • Some of the proposals in the White Paper will need to be passed by Parliament before they can go ahead.
    • The Parliament can request the Commission to draft legislation for debate in any area.
    • It is not difficult to understand the reason Parliament adopted the approach that it did.
    • Her main supporters in the Parliament have stood aside for her, but at what price?
    • The Parliament has the power to reject the budget and fire the Commission if it so chooses.
    • The courts are to have due regard to the legislation as an expression of the will of Parliament.
    • The Head of State was a President who was elected by Parliament for seven years.
    • The Bill passed the committee stage and is now close to sailing through Parliament.
    • If this does not occur, the next step is for the Parliament to have its second reading of the budget.
    • So Parliament must get on with making this new law effective as soon as possible.
    • If Parliament had any such intention, it would surely have made its intention plain.
    • Rather, it is a case of the Parliament choosing its battles more judiciously than in the past.
  • 2Parliament

    (in UK etc)
    (body) Parlamento masculine
    (period) legislatura feminine
    to stand for Parliament presentarse como candidato a parlamentario / diputado
    • during this Parliament durante esta legislatura
    • This was not helped by the fact that the new Parliament was patently not ready for the occasion.
    • As a professed radical, he was to prove a singularly jaded observer of parliaments, parliamentary processes, and parliamentarians.
    • Rather than lose the vote, she dissolved parliament on October 10 and called an early election.
    • He can dissolve the parliament, and nominate people to all the key state functions.
    • The country elects a new parliament in February, lawmakers more closely aligned than ever before with President Mohammad Khatami.
    • Again there is doubt over funding increases in the final two years of the Parliament.
    • Parliament may pass a human rights act, but a future parliament could repeal or emasculate it.
    • Both of these were bills that were lost when parliament dissolved for the election.
    • In November 1987, a new parliament was elected and a new cabinet appointed.
    • I was delighted when we won the referendum and becoming a member of the parliament was the icing on the cake.
    • Members of a corrupt parliament are ready to make deals with whomsoever has anything to offer.
    • For centuries Britain, and now almost all nations, has relied on elected parliaments, congresses, prime ministers and presidents to set the rules.
    • The next governments, presidents and parliaments had a quite inconsistent policy towards the BOC.
    • He has been a member of Parliament in five parliaments.

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    • El Parlamento británico es el más alto organismo legislativo de Gran Bretaña y está formado por la Cámara de los Lores House of Lords y la Cámara de los Comunes House of Commons