Chapter XIV - RESOLUTIONS MENTIONED IN THE CONSTITUTION

Chapter XIV

RESOLUTIONS MENTIONED

IN THE CONSTITUTION

 

127.    [1][Resolutions under the Constitution].– [2][(1) A member may give notice of a motion for leave to move a resolution under para (a) of clause (2) of Article 128, or under clause (1) of Article 144, or under proviso to Article 147, or under proviso to clause (2) of Article 212, or under first proviso to clause (1) of Article 232 of the Constitution.]

            (2)        On the first working day after the expiry of seven days from the said notice, the Secretary shall cause the motion to be entered in the List of Business.

            (3)        As soon as the motion referred to in sub-rule (2) has been moved, the Speaker shall call upon such members as may be in favour of the leave being granted to rise in their seats, and if members less than one-fourth of the total membership of the Assembly rise in their seats, he shall declare that the member has not the leave of the Assembly and if members not less than the said number so rise he shall call upon the member to move the resolution.

            (4)        After a resolution has been moved, it shall be dealt with, as far as possible, in accordance with the rules contained in Chapter XIII.

            (5)        If a resolution under sub-clause (a) of clause (2) of Article 128 of the Constitution is passed, the Secretary shall cause it to be published in the Gazette.

            (6)        If a resolution under clause (1) of Article 144 or under proviso to clause (2) of Article 212 of the Constitution is passed, the Secretary shall communicate the same to the National Assembly and the Senate.

[3][(7)  If a resolution under proviso to Article 147 of the Constitution is passed, the Secretary shall communicate it to the Government.

            (8)        If a resolution under first proviso to clause (1) of Article 232 of the Constitution is passed, the Secretary shall communicate it to the Federal Government.]

 




[1]Substituted for “Resolutions relating to the disapproval of Ordinances, making of law by Parliament and Administrative Courtsvide Notification No.PAP/Legis-1(27)/08/397, dated 12 May 2011 – see the Punjab Gazette (Extraordinary), dated 12 May 2011, Pp.38765-38769.

[2]Substituted vide Notification No.PAP/Legis-1(27)/08/397, dated 12 May 2011 – see the Punjab Gazette (Extraordinary), dated 12 May 2011, Pp.38765-38769.

[3]Added vide Notification No.PAP/Legis-1(27)/08/397, dated 12 May 2011 – see the Punjab Gazette (Extraordinary), dated 12 May 2011, Pp.38765-38769.