Kalyan has been an MP since 1999 and has served on the Health, Social Development and Home Affairs portfolio committees. She was the DA spokesperson HIV/AIDS from 2004 to 2009, and has also been a whip since 2000. On her re-election to Parliament in 2009, she retained her position as a whip and was appointed as the Shadow Minister of Science and Technology. She was elected Deputy Chief Whip in 2011.
She serves on several other committees including the Chief Whips Forum, the NA Programme committee, the NA and the Joint Rules committees, the Members Facilities Leadership Program, Quarterly Consultative Forum and the Africa Peer Review Mechanism. She is the spokesperson for Portfolio Committee On Home Affairs.
“Affirm your worth in the universe everyday by giving yourself a pat on your shoulders and a nod at your image in the mirror because you are worth making a fuss over."
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Other articles related to "parliamentarians, parliamentarian":
... June 1647 Ormonde surrenders Dublin to the English Parliamentarians, preferring them to the Catholic Confederates ... Confederate Leinster Army is destroyed by an English Parliamentarian force at the battle of Dungan's Hill, in county Meath ... Roe ONeills Ulster Army lays waste to the area around Dublin, burning food supplies to prevent the Parliamentarian army under from advancing into Confederate territory ...
Parliamentarian can refer to a member or supporter of a Parliament, as in:
- Member of Parliament
- Roundheads, supporters of the parliamentary cause in the English Civil War
Parliamentarian can also refer to an expert adviser on parliamentary procedure, as in:
- Parliamentarian (consultant) - An officer or outside consultant designated by an organization to serve as an expert in parliamentary procedure
- Parliamentarian of the United States House of Representatives
- Parliamentarian of the United States Senate
- A member of the National Association of Parliamentarians
- A member of the American Institute of Parliamentarians
- An official of the National Forensic League, who regulates a chamber of Student Congress
... it when the Civil War began, leaving it under Parliamentarian control although there were many Royalist sympathisers within the city ... when several of its units were detached to reinforce a Parliamentarian field army under Sir William Waller ... this presented them with a great opportunity to capture important Parliamentarian-held towns in the south-west of England ...
... On 5 April 1821 he seconded Lord Cranborne's motion for an inquiry into the game laws, and supported subsequent bills for their amendment ... In 1826 he attributed the increase of crime chiefly to their influence ...
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