Q. 64.3( 3 Votes )

Arif wanted to know that if ministers propose most of the important bills and if the majority party often gets the government bills passed, what is the role of the Parliament in the law-making process? What answer would you give him?

Answer :

The proposed bills are for the interest of nation therefore it becomes necessary to have a debate over it, and this could be done only in parliament.

Various committees of bureaucrat and ministers are set up and the bills are reviewed by them and they also proposes some recommendations, and parliament may or may not accept those recommendations.

The opposition party members are also present in parliament and give their opinion to the bill.

If there is difference in opinion of upper and lower house, then it is resolved by joint session.

Therefore, Parliament plays an important role in framing of important laws.

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