Parliament’s constitutional role

Parliament merely legitimates; it does not legislate.

OUR Parliament resumed its sitting on Monday, March 9. This is the third session of the 13th Parliament that was elected in 2013. While Parliament meets, it is appropriate to reflect on its constitutional functions and to examine whether it has fulfilled the constitutional dream of evolving into the “grand inquest of the nation”.

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Opinion , Shad Faruqi , columnist


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