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13th NA completes its term; could not make progress for missing persons’ recovery

13th NA completes its term; could not make progress for missing persons’ recovery

ISLAMABAD, (SANA): The 13th National Assembly of the country on Tuesday completed its tenure with regard to its working days.

The Speaker National Assembly Dr. Fehmida Mirza will host the farewell dinner in the honour of members of the parliament today (Wednesday).

It is the first occasion in the history of the country when the democratically elected government has completed its constitutional tenure and the transfer of power would be made in peaceful and the democratic manners to the next elected government.

According to the parliamentary report of the ‘SANA’ this National Assembly has so far approved 116 bills, and 80 resolutions and the 18th historic amendment were approved for the freedom, independence and upholding of the parliament. It was the first time in the history of the parliament that the Speaker of the National Assembly was woman.

There would be the last session of the Assembly on March 14. During its five years term, there came a number of ebb and flow in the way of the National Assembly. The unanimous resolution on the issue of missing persons was approved in the Assembly in March 2012; however, this Assembly could not make progress for recovery of the missing persons.

Joint sessions of the parliament were called on the issues of the national security, missing persons, US action in Abbotabad, Salala Check post incident, Balochistan situation and the unanimous resolutions were passed on the 13 points and resolution was approved against the US on the issue of Abbottabad operation by the US.

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