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Parliament Watch, 10th Parliament 14th – 18th Session (January – December 2017) - Ex. Summary (English)

The main objectives of a parliamentary system of democracy are to hold discussions and thereby take decisions on important national issues, enactment of necessary laws for the interests of the country, reach consensus on issues concerning national interests and lead the country keeping people’s aspirations and world context under consideration. In line with these objectives public representation, enactment of laws, and making the government accountable are three major businesses of a parliament. Parliament members elected by citizens, thus, make a government accountable through different motions and discussions - question-answer sessions, notices on matters of public importance, discussions on President’s Speech and debate on budget, making of laws and functioning of parliamentary standing committees.
Executive Summary here