Committee proceedings, often referred to as the 'engine room of Parliament, is where MPs deliberate on bills, and scrutinise and report on the annual budget and strategic plans of the departments and entities they oversee. This is where it is determined whether government departments are delivering on what they promised and whether they are spending the public money they receive in a responsible manner.
While the workload of a committee can vary depending on the department and entities or pieces of legislation it needs to process, it is clear that some have a much heavier work load than others.
Some committees dealt with groundbreaking issues this year and you can give input here, but have a look at the National Assembly committees in terms of number of meetings below:
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