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A meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs (CCPA) was held recently regarding the upcoming monsoon session of Parliament. After which it was revealed that it could start from the third week of July. At the same time, now its date has also come to the fore. Along with this, it has also been decided that this time the monsoon session will be held in the new Parliament House or in the old one. Union Minister Meenakshi Lekhi, on Monday, putting an end to the speculation about the venue of the upcoming monsoon session, made it clear that the monsoon session of Parliament will begin in the old building.
Monsoon session will start from July 20
Union minister Lekhi also said that the monsoon session of Parliament will begin in the old building. Earlier, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi had announced on Saturday that the monsoon session of Parliament would begin from July 20. he/she had told that the session would continue till August 11.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi gave this information by tweeting. he/she said in his/her tweet, ‘The monsoon session of Parliament will start from 20 July 2023 and will run till 11 August. I urge all parties to contribute to a meaningful discussion on legislative business and other topics during the monsoon session.
There will be 17 meetings in the monsoon session
Joshi had also told that there will be a total of 17 sittings in this session which will last for 23 days. he/she also appealed to all parties to contribute constructively to the legislative and other functions of Parliament during the session.
There can be an uproar on this issue
Significantly, this time in the monsoon session, there may be an uproar in Delhi over the Bill to replace the central government’s ordinance giving more administrative powers to the Lieutenant Governor. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenor and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been meeting opposition leaders seeking support against the bill.
The Centre’s ordinance overrules the Supreme Court’s May 11, 2023 judgment giving greater legislative and administrative control over services to the Delhi government. Also, it empowers the Lieutenant Governor to take decisions in such matters.
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