- adj.议会的，国会的; 议会制度的; 根据议会的;
the doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty
Recent financial scandals have necessitated changes in parliamentary procedures.
He made the allegation under the protection of parliamentary privilege.
The Prime Minister has been briefed by her parliamentary aides.
It remains to be seen whether her parliamentary colleagues will agree.
British Parliamentary procedure is perplexing at the best of times.
The polls have closed in the Pakistan parliamentary elections.
His tactics were to entangle the opposition in a web of parliamentary procedure.
She would want to fight the election on a ticket of parliamentary democracy.
We are now striving hard to establish a transparent parliamentary democracy.
Every party is united on the need for parliamentary democracy.
Parliamentary leaders agreed to take all such decisions by a show of hands.
A ferocious battle to select a new parliamentary candidate is in progress.
He used his influence to make sure she was not selected as a parliamentary candidate.
Unintelligible legislation is the negation of the rule of law and of parliamentary democracy.
There was a crescendo of parliamentary and press criticism.
Her parliamentary career has occupied all of her time.
The country's election commission has advanced the date of parliamentary elections by three days.
Last week they tried to oust him in a parliamentary vote of no confidence.
The parliamentary session ends on October 4th.
The issue of land reform was one that dominated Hungary's parliamentary elections.
The Opposition has long argued for changes in parliamentary rules.
The government lost a parliamentary confidence vote.
They will bring in a parliamentary bill.
He has parliamentary procedure and the rules and traditions of the House of Commons at his fingertips.
That party lost 15 seats in the parliamentary election.
1. relating to or having the nature of a parliament;
"a parliamentary body"
2. having the supreme legislative power resting with a body of cabinet ministers chosen from and responsible to the legislature or parliament;
3. in accord with rules and customs of a legislative or deliberative assembly;