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Changing party allegiance and termination of parliamentary mandate

Changing party allegiance and termination of parliamentary mandate

analysis of checks and balances in expulsion of MPs in Sri Lanka

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Published by Stamford Lake (Pvt) Ltd. in Colombo .
Written in English


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StatementSobhitha Rajakaruna
The Physical Object
Pagination155 p.
Number of Pages155
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24413787M
LC Control Number2010327624

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The study focuses on the nature, duration and exercise of the parliamentary mandate. As the author himself concludes, conferring certain special rights on members of parliament does not mean that they are above the law.

Rather, it is a recognition of the fact that, given the importance and magnitude of File Size: KB. Rajakaruna, Sobitha () Changing Party Allegiance and Termination of Parliamentary Mandate; Analysis if Checks and Balances in Expulsion of MPs in Sri Author: Minna Thaheer.

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