ISLAMABAD, June 27, 2013: The National Assembly passed the Finance Bill 2013 during the 12th sitting of the second session on Thursday, reports FAFEN in its daily factsheet based on the direct observation of the assembly proceedings. It is the first budget of theDetails
ISLAMABAD, June 24, 2013: The National Assembly concluded debate on cut motions in the 11th sitting of the second session on Monday. Starting 25 minutes late, the sitting lasted five hours and 25 minutes.
As many as 101 Cut Motions were raised againstDetails
ISLAMABAD, June 23, 2013: Starting 41 minutes late, the National Assembly debated the Cut Motions raised on the Demands for Grants for the six ministries in the second session’s 10th sitting on Sunday. The House also unanimously adopted a resolution to condemn theDetails
ISLAMABAD, June 22, 2013: The Finance Minister winded up the general discussion on budget for the financial year 2013-14 in the ninth sitting of the second session on Saturday. The National Assembly also considered the recommendations made by the Senate on the budget. TheDetails
ISLAMABAD, June 21, 2013: The eighth sitting of the National Assembly’s second session witnessed two walkouts and a boycott as the members continued the general discussion on budget on Friday.
MQM legislators first staged a four-minute walkout over the killings of party workersDetails
ISLAMABAD, June 20, 2013: Forty legislators took part in the budget debate during the seventh sitting of the National Assembly’s second session.
Starting 17 minutes late, the National Assembly met for eight hours and 27 minutes. The House took a 75-mintue break.
ISLAMABAD, June 18, 2013: As many as 25 lawmakers took part in the budget debate in the fifth sitting of the ongoing session which met for seven hours and 47 minutes on Tuesday.
The 25 members – six each of PPPP and PTI, three each of PMLNDetails
ISLAMABAD, June 16, 2013: Seventeen lawmakers debated the federal budget 2013-14 during the third sitting of the second session on Sunday. A resolution condemning the acts of terrorism in Balochistan was also unanimously adopted.
Seventeen legislators –Details