Govt decides to convene the longest NA session in the country’s history. The government has decided to convene a session of parliament once again to mark the day of constitutional proceedings.
Babar Awan, Advisor to Prime Minister Imran Khan on Parliamentary Affairs, has contacted the Prime Minister and the Speaker of the National Assembly in this regard.
Babar Awan says that the longest NA session in the history of Pakistan will be convened on June 5 at 4 pm which will continue till August 13. This will be the longest Assembly meeting in the history of Pakistan in which budget and legislation will also come.
According to the Parliamentary Adviser on Parliamentary Affairs, the issue of amending the Anti-Money Laundering Act will also be considered in the National Assembly session.
Babar Awan further said that there is no question of any constitutional vacuum or shortcoming in the system. It should be noted that according to the constitution, the National Assembly must convene for 130 days during the parliamentary year.
Recently, PML-N parliamentary leader Khawaja Asif had written a letter to the Speaker saying that 77 sessions of the National Assembly have been held so far while 53 more days are left to be convened.
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