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NA passes motion to suspend govt business on May 13.

ISLAMABAD -- National Assembly on Friday passed a motion to suspend the government business on May 13 (Monday) to consider the private members' business.

The motion was tabled by the PPPP lawmaker Naveed Qamar which was passed by the House after voice voting. It is to mention that a private member's bill - the Constitution Amendment Bill, 2019 - is under consideration of the House and debate on this bill is likely to continue on May 13.

Earlier, the House passed another motion to suspend the question hour for consideration of the Constitution Amendment Bill, 2019. This motion was also tabled by the PPPP MNA Naveed Qamar. Only one starred question sponsored by MNA Rana Sana Ullah Khan was taken up by the House and the remaining questions were deferred following the passage of the motion.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:May 11, 2019
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