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Do you mean the US senate, the Canadian Senate, or the Roman senate.
Senate Chamber The Senate Chamber
Yes, there was a Senate for the Romans it was called the Roman Senate.
president of the senate
A Senate committee is a comittee of people in the Senate who decide on certain laws to be passed on to a full Senate vote.
Well, it depends on which senate you are talking about. You could be talking about the Belgian senate, the New Zealand Senate, the Canadian Senate, the Irish Senate, the Italian Senate, the Dutch Senate, the Polish Senate, the Romanian Senate, the Russian Senate, the Spanish Senate or the French Senate.(Australia and the United States also have a senate, but who really cares about those silly countries, anyway?)
The leader of the Senate (Senate Majority) is selected by the party caucuses that holds the majority. The Senate Minority is elected by the party caucuses that holds the minority in the Senate.
A senator is someone who is in the senate. There is no way to "become" the senate.
if by senate you mean the parliament senate then you have spelt the world correctly
The Senate Majority Leader The Senate Majority Whip The Senate Minority Leader The Senate Minority Whip
powers of the senate
the senate leadership in the claosely paralles leadership in the House, but the senate has no speaker.
== == == == the presiding officer in the senate is the vice president president of the senate
The Romans had a senate.The senate is full of politicians.
No, the leader of the senate is called the majority leader.
There is no sec of the senate. The senate has a majority leader and a minority leader. The Vice President sits as the president of the senate.
The office is Senate pro tempore. He is elected by the Senate. The current custom is to elect the majority party member with the greatest seniority in the Senate.
The Speaker of the House is the leader of the Senate. He has the most power in the Senate because he is the one that runs all of the meetings and Senate hearings.
The President pro tempore of The Senate. This person is elected from the Senate members, by the Senate.
senate president juan ponce enrile
none, but the senate outranks the house, so basicly, the senate
a senate is a opper house and a opper house is a senate but im not sure what it means for all
The Senate can remove Federal officials from office. The Senate is responsible for initiating an impeachment of a President of the United States. The Senate can also vote to have a member of the Senate removed for misconduct.
The Democratic party currently holds a majority in the senate, and therefore selects the senate majority leader and the senate committee chairs.