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Committees have the power to summons any person to appear before them to give evidence or produce documents. They may ask any person or institution to report to them and may receive petitions, representations or submissions from the public.
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So rule of law is a huge thing. And yet we all use that one concept: rule of law. The Online Library Of Liberty This E-Book (PDF format) is published by Liberty Fund, Inc., a private, examination which should include some consideration of the successive stages in its triennial parliaments, that a time would come when even the term of triennial parliaments would be deemed too short, and a parliament chosen for three.
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That parliaments may biennially be called and meet at a certain day, with such provision for the certainty thereof as in the late act was made for triennial parliaments,  and what further or other provision shall be found needful by the parliament to reduce it to more certainty. And upon the passing of this, the said act for triennial.
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