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Vital Stats: Parliament Budget Session 2012


  • Rohit Kumar


  • Devika Malik



Parliament met for the Budget Session between March 16 and May 22 with a three-week recess in April. Both Houses met for 35 days each. A special sitting was convened on Sunday, May 13 to commemorate 60 years since the first sitting of Parliament. In addition to the General and Railways Budgets, Parliament introduced and passed several Bills. The Rajya Sabha discussed two motions related to Rules and Regulations. Statistics from the session is presented here. [PRS] URL:[].

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  • Rohit Kumar & Devika Malik, 2012. "Vital Stats: Parliament Budget Session 2012," Working Papers id:4987, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:4987
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