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i want to express "lawmakers who opposed to the agreement will call a meeting for an emergency situation"

so what is the most usual word in news or newspapers meaning the emergency situation meeting?

and 'government investigation' is a right word ??
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I would use the common phrase "...call an emergency meeting (to discuss the situation)." The whole parenthetical phrase is redundant to me, but if you feel it's necessary you can use it.

Governmental investigation is a proper phrase, as is 'federal investigation'. The second one carries more weight, but might be a technical legal term, so be careful.
Thank you for your answer.

by the way , Does 'governmental investigation' mean 'the investigation conducted by government' ?

then, what can I say when I mean 'the investigation into government'? I mean when governmnet is investigated for its financial affairs or something.
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AhnThank you for your answer.

by the way , Does 'governmental investigation' mean 'the investigation conducted by government' ?

then, what can I say when I mean 'the investigation into government' [involvement, practices, etc.]? I mean when governmnet is investigated for its financial affairs or something.

You've done well as is.
Thank you Philip.

By the way Do You mean I can say 'the investigation into government involvement'??
what grammatical name is given to this expression 'the present emergency meeting.
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AnonymousWhat grammatical name is given to this expression 'the present emergency meeting'?

That is a noun phrase.

What is the function in that statement

The present emergency meeting,what is the function

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