What exactly do Provincial Legislatures do?

The Legislature is an arm of state, alongside the Judiciary and the Executive. It is tasked with making laws, passing budgets and conducting oversight on the executive. Provincial legislature conduct this function of state at provincial level.

The public as the main stakeholder, have a right to participate in the provincial legislative processes through public access and involvement, attending provincial legislature committee meetings, petitioning provincial legislatures and making use of constituency office services.

In this infographic, we unpack the role of the legislature and what exactly it does at provincial level.

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