dd JS fifth session begins Thursday afternoon

JS fifth session begins Thursday afternoon

Published: 06 Nov 2019   

Online Desk

The fifth session of the 11th Jatiya Sangsad (JS) is set to begin on Thursday afternoon.

President M Abdul Hamid summoned the session exercising the power bestowed upon him as per Clause (1) of Article 72 of the constitution, reports BSS.

According to the parliamentary procedure, the advisory committee of parliament will hold a meeting with Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury in the chair before beginning of the 5th session. The committee is responsible to fix the duration of the session.

Earlier, the fourth session of the 11th Parliament was prorogued on September 12 after four working days, which saw the passing of one bill out of five placed in the House.


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