When the Senate is constituted on a provisional basis it shall only deal with matters of incompatibility unless that, following a parliamentary initiative or a Government statement, the debate of any other business may be considered indispensable. For the implementation of such initiative, a motion signed by a Parliamentary Group or by twenty-five Senators is required.
House of Parliament, which represents the Spanish people (section 66.1 of the Constitution) and which is also the House of territorial or regional representation (section 69.1 of the Constitution). It is made up of Senators who can be elected by electoral districts/constituencies, or appointed by Regional Parliaments.
Model of political representation whereby a member of the assembly does not perform their functions independently but rather on the direct orders of their elector, be it an institution or person. The […]
THE RULES OF PROCEDURE OF THE ISLAMIC PARLIAMENT OF IRAN The Rules of Procedure of the Islamic Parliament of Iran (Including the amendments of May 8, 2012, May 19, 2012 & June […]
Attendance at the House of Lords is voluntary, but Members who do not receive a salary
are eligible to receive allowances and, within certain limits, some travel expenses they incur in fulfilling their parliamentary duties.
Lords by party/group and type of peerage Party/group Life peers* Excepted hereditary peers** Bishops Total Bishops 0 0 26 26 Conservative 188 46 234 Crossbench 151 31 182 Labour 175 4 179 […]
Guidelines and Procedure to be followed by Ministries/Departments in connection with Parliament Questions.
LOK SABHA SECRETARIAT (QUESTION BRANCH) Parliament House Annexe, New Delhi – 110 001 No.19/10/XVI/VI/2015-Q Dated: 17 November, 2015 […]
Halsbury’s Laws of England, Simonds Edition, Volume 28, Articles 894 and 895: The privileges of Parliament are based partly upon custom and precedents which are to be found in the Rolls of […]
(1966) AIR(Calcutta) 363 : 69 CalWN 484 CALCUTTA HIGH COURT SINGLE BENCH ( Before : B.N. Banerjee, J ) SYED ABDUL MANSUR HABIBULLAH — Appellant Vs. THE SPEAKER, WEST BENGAL LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY […]
In every session but the first of a Parliament, as there is no election of a Speaker, nor any general swearing of Members, the session is opened at once by the Queen’s […]