2. the seats where such members sit: When the member entered the House she went to her seat on the backbench.
2. to select by a secret vote: We balloted for Speaker.
3. the process by which a choice is made: The ministers were selected by ballot.
2. in agreement with, or depending on, a basic set of rules: This action is constitutional.
2. a rule, often unwritten, which is generally or widely accepted.
2. the Queen exercising her legal powers through one or more of her agents, usually a Minister or ministers.
2. the group of people who live in an area represented by a member of Parliament: The member is always ready to assist his electorate.
3. all the people who have the right to vote in an election: The Premier asked the elect orate to think carefully about the needs of the State.
2. the seats where such members sit .
2. rule, administration or control: A country prospers under good Government.
3. The form or system of rule by which a country or State is governed: Monarchical government, constitutional government.
2. the people who produce the printed record.
2. to approach people for support: To lobby for the conservation of rainforests.
2. the people who make up such a management group, called a council.
2. the age at which the law says you are an adult and can vote in elections: When you turn 18 you will reach your majority.
2. a group of people who work for the various media inside Parliament House.
2. a request for information: I asked the Minister a question.
2. the table in front of the President or Speaker's chair: The Clerk sits at the Table.
2. the city of Westminster in London where the Houses of Parliament (the place of Westminster) are located.