interpellate : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v question formally about policy or government business
- Attempts last week to interpellate Prime Minister Laval's Government about the loan brought a smash vote.
- Calvo had just notified the Government that he planned to interpellate it next day on the riots.
- Four opposition Deputies had registered to "interpellate" (cross-examine for heckling purposes) the Foreign Minister.
- Juan Miguel Zubiri in GMA news.tv
We move to defer consideration of the joint resolution as several senators, including the senate president, expressed intention to interpellate the resolution,Zubiri said.
- Franklin Drilon in ABS CBN News
Drilon said, "Our calendar is up to Friday. We will exert every effort to pass the VAT in the Senate this week," said Drilon, admitting "there are just a couple or 3 more senators who wish to take the floor to interpellate the sponsor. We...