Caucus

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Caucus

A meeting of members of a political party, a faction within a party, or other likeminded individuals. For example, in a legislative chamber, the represented political parties form their own caucuses to present a unified front in public.
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Government Spokesman Stephanos Stephanou announced on Thursday that the positions of the government on the regulation and supervision of the banking sector, the sectoral and structural reforms, as well as the e1/4300-million package to boost growth and foster job creation were sent to all parliamentary parties and social partners.
Talking to a private television, he said the Parliamentary parties would be duty-bound to ensure enforcement of recommendations of the Commission, whatsoever it would be, in letter and spirit.
Yesterday, all parliamentary parties conference headed by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had approved the formation of ATNAPC.
The House under rule 244(B) of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business in the National Assembly, 2007 authorized the Speaker National Assembly in consultation with the Chairman Senate and leaders of the Parliamentary Parties in the House, to constitute the said committee comprising members from all the Parliamentary Parties in proportion to their representation in the Parliament.
Provincial government and opposition have called meeting of parliamentary parties to finalise the agenda of the meeting.
The Parliamentary Leader of the PPPS was the only one present, while the leaders of other parliamentary parties remained absent.

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