Example sentences for: parliaments

How can you use “parliaments” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • On 1 May 1707 England and Scotland were formally joined together by the “Act of Union” — establishing the Union of Parliaments — and the United Kingdom was born.

  • To extremists, however, such divisions, as well as the existence of parliaments and legislation, only prove these rulers to be false Muslims usurping God's authority over all aspects of life.

  • Power is being passed upward to the European Union and downward to new parliaments in Scotland and Wales.

  • The NYT points out that President Clinton's proposed expansion of NATO to include Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic depends on the joint approval of the Senate and the parliaments of the 15 other members of NATO, and that cost will be the decisive issue in those votes.

  • Also, an article contends that Tony Blair's legislative proposals (to adopt a bill of rights, abolish hereditary rights in the House of Lords, impose proportional representation, assign interest-rate control to a central bank, and establish parliaments for Scotland and Wales) will change Britain as much as Thatcherism did.

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