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151 MPs take part in Finance Bill-2013 debate.

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Published: June 6, 2014 05:20 pm

ISLAMABAD: The ruling party Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz stood on top as 44 of its members took part in the debate on  Finance Bill 2013 while the Pakistan People’s Party Parliamentarians remained second as 33 lawmakers participated in the debate last year.

According to the FAFEN’s data collected from the observation of the National Assembly, as many as 132 legislators, 106 male and 26 female, participated in the general discussion on Finance Bill-2013 that lasted for over 1,923 minutes. The PML-N government presented its first budget soon after coming into power in June 2013. The Muslim League Nawaz remained on top of the list with 38 members, 31 male and seven female spoke for 474 minutes, followed by PPPP 31, 22 male and 09 female for 452 minutes, PTI 19 members, 16 male and 03 female for 295 minutes, MQM 15, 13 male and 02 female for 242 minutes, JUI-F 10 members, 06 male and 04 female for 124 minutes, PkMAP 02 members for 60 minutes, JI 04 members, 03 male and 01 female for 55 minutes, Independents 04 for 55 minutes, PML-Z 01, 36 minutes, QWP 01, 34 minutes, AMLP 01, 30 minutes, PML-F 03, 28 minutes, ANP, 01, 18 minutes, APML 01, 14 minutes and NP 01 member spoke for 06 minutes. A total of 45 members, 34 male and 11 female, 15 from PTI, MQM 08, PML-N 05, PPPP 05 JI 02, PkMAP 02, NPP 01 and AMLP 01 took part in debate on cut motions that lasted for over 417 minutes. Ten lawmakers spoke on the recommendations of the Senate on Finance Bill-2013 for 72 minutes, including two lawmakers from PPPP, PTI 02, PkMAP 01, MQM 01, JUI-F 01, Independent 01, APML 01 and AMLP 01. As many as 21 lawmakers, including 18 male and 03 female participated in the debate on charged expenditures. The lawmakers include 06 from PTI followed by PPPP 05, MQM 04, JUI-F 02, AMLP 01, Independent 01, JI 01 and PML-N 01.

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