Parliamentary Research Participants' Handbook (Urdu) November 2013

  • Publication Date: Thu, November 28, 2013

    Parliamentary research is an established discipline in developing and developed democracies of the world. It refers to research essentially conducted for a specific audience i.e the parliamentarian and parliamentary committees, who play the central role in the arduous functions of oversight of executive, policy setting and representations of a democratic pluralistic society where aspirations of people is given primary priority. It is imperative that Members of the Parliament are able to make well-informed decisions in line with public priorities and their decisions manifest key national interest.