Chapter- 22 Provisions Relating to Approval of Orders to Remove Constitutional Difficulties

Chapter- 22 Provisions Relating to Approval of Orders to Remove Constitutional Difficulties

Chapter- 22

Provisions Relating to Approval of Orders to Remove Constitutional Difficulties 146. Submission of Orders to Remove Constitutional Difficulties:

(1) In case the President has issued an order to remove Constitutional Difficulties in order to implement the Constitution pursuant to Article 158 of the Constitution, the Prime Minister shall, within three days of the date of issuance of the order, give information of the same to the Secretary General for the purpose of getting it approved by the Legislature-Parliament.

(2) Upon receipt of the notice referred to in Sub-rule (1), the Secretary General shall immediately furnish the notice to the Speaker.

(3) The Speaker shall determine the date and time to submit the report to the sitting within five days of receipt of the notice referred to in Sub-rule (1).

(4) In case the notice referred to in Sub-rule (1) has been received at a time when the Legislature-Parliament is not in session, the Speaker shall determine the date and time to submit the report to the sitting within five days of the date of commencement of the session.

147. Approval of Order:

(1) With regard to the notice received pursuant to Rule 146, it shall be submitted for decision after completion of general discussion on it in the sitting.

(2) In case the motion submitted pursuant to Sub-rule (1) is passed by a two third majority of the number of Members present therein, it shall be deemed to have been approved.

(3) The Secretary General shall submit the Prime Minister the information of the decision made pursuant to Sub-rule (2).