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The National Assembly Session has been prorogued on Wednesday, the 15th January, 2020 Committee Meetings:10:00 AM: The 13th meeting (in-camera) and visit of the Parliamentary Committee on China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) at Chief Ministers Secretariat Karachi | 11:00 AM: Industries and Production (Revised) at Committee Room No. 7 | 11:00 AM: 15th Meeting of the Sub-Committee-VIII of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) at Committee Room No. 2, Parliament House, Islamabad | 01:00 PM: Meetings of the Sub-Committee-XVI of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) at Committee Room No. 2 | 02:00 PM: Information and Broadcasting (Revised) at Committee Room No.7 | 03:00 PM: Meetings of the Sub-Committee-XI of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) (Revised) at Committee Room No. 2 | 04:00 PM: 12th Meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on appointment of the Chief Election Commissioner and Members of the Election Commission of Pakistan (in-camera) at Constitution Room |
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NATIONAL ASSEMBLY SESSIONS
 
The life of National Assembly is divided into sessions. It must meet for at least 130 days and there must be at least three sessions in a year. A session of the National Assembly is summoned by the President of Pakistan under Article 54(1) of the Constitution. In the summoning order the President gives the date, time and place (which is usually the Parliament House), for the National Assembly to meet. The date and time for the summoning of the National Assembly is immediately announced over Radio and Television. Generally, a copy of the summon is also sent to the Members at their home address. The National Assembly can also be summoned by the Speaker of National Assembly on a request made by at one-fourth of the total membership of the National Assembly. If the National Assembly is so requisitioned, it must be summoned within 14 days.