Definición de three-line whip en inglés:

three-line whip

Saltos de línea: three-line whip

sustantivo

  • (In the UK) a written notice, underlined three times to denote urgency, to members of a political party to attend a parliamentary vote.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Failure by MPs to attend a vote with a three-line whip is usually seen as a rebellion against the party and may eventually result in disciplinary action, such as suspension from the parliamentary party.
    • Local councillors are almost powerless, and even the best constituency MP is unlikely to rock the boat against a three-line whip in Parliament.
    • A member who defies a three-line whip runs the risk of having the party whip withdrawn; this is tantamount to expulsion from the party.

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Palabra del día skosh
Pronunciación: skəʊʃ
noun
a small amount; a little