Handbook and Guides

  • Assessing Legislation Participants Book Module 2January 2015

    Uploaded on Fri, January 23, 2015

    Lawmaking is the process of making and enacting laws. It constitutes a long and often complex process including phases of very different nature such as policy making, impact assessments, the concrete law drafting, consultation procedures, questions of publication and accessibility, as well as more specific issues like possible alternatives to regulation and the roles of specific bodies in the lawmaking process. Legislation is on of the most important instruments of government in organizing society and protecting citizens, It determines amongst other the rights and responsibilities of individuals and authorities to ...

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  • Understanding Parliamentary Media Relations and Legislation Participants Handbook IV

    Uploaded on Thu, January 1, 1970

  • Parliamentary Research Participant's Book English-2014

    Uploaded on Thu, January 1, 1970

  • Drafting and Assessing Legislation Participant's Handbook September 2012

    Uploaded on Thu, January 1, 1970

  • Parliamentarian's Hand book 2013

    Uploaded on Thu, January 1, 1970

  • Parliamentary Oversight Questions Participant Handbook 2013

    Uploaded on Thu, January 1, 1970

  • Functions and effectiveness of Committees, Participant's Handbook, 2013

    Uploaded on Thu, January 1, 1970

  • Parliamentary Values and Best Practices, Participants' Handbook 2014

    Uploaded on Thu, January 1, 1970

  • Advanced Legislative Research Participant's Book October 2012

    Uploaded on Thu, January 1, 1970

  • Senators Orientation Handbook (Urdu) 2009-2010

    Uploaded on Thu, January 1, 1970