The Right to Introduce Bills
The law can be formally defined as “the legislative act adopted by the Assembly in accordance with the relevant procedure.” The law can also be defined as “general, objective and impersonal legal rules.”
2. Right to Introduce Bills
The right to introduce bills belongs to the deputies. Bills might be introduced with one or more than one deputy’s signature. The only bills that introduced by the President of the Republic are the Budget Bill and the Final Accounts Bill.
3. The Requirements for the Bills
The bills must be drafted in accordance with the requirements provided in the Rules of Procedure. These requirements are as follows;
The introductory part including the signatures, explanatory memorandum, and the text appear on separate pages.
The parts that must be included in the bills are the introduction page, explanatory memoranda, justification of articles, text of bill (title and articles, tables and lists (if any)