Polish parliament(redirected from parliament)
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A chaotic, unproductive gathering of government officials. In Poland's parliament, all members used to have veto power, which would result in frequent disruptions and little action. A: "Were they able to get anything done in the assembly?" B: "No, it was a real Polish parliament with few calm moments of debate."
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