Parliament 2017: Third Term Review

This review of the third term takes a quick look at the number of working days, Bills processed, written questions posed by MPs and replies by the Executive and the petitions under consideration.

The term started with a bang when the motion of no confidence tabled against the President was voted on via an unprecedented secret ballot. This term however was also a full two weeks shorter than the second term with a few public holidays that saw its impact in the amount of meetings (44% less meeting compared to the second term).

Parliament will resume on 3 October 2017.

See infographic below for the review:



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