Pakistan’s federal legislative branch consists of the President, the National Assembly as the lower house, and the Senate as the upper house. The National Assembly and Senate constitute Pakistan’s bicameral Parliament.
In order for a bill to become law in Pakistan, it must undergo a legislative procedure in each house of Parliament that involves twelve to thirteen steps, including three readings in both the National Assembly and the Senate, followed by presidential assent.
This procedure is regulated by Pakistan’s Constitution and the Rules of Procedure of the relevant house.
Navigate through Federal & Provincial human rights legislation that protects the rights of women, children, differently abled, elder persons, transgender persons, minorities, prisoners and other marginalized and vulnerable groups in Pakistan.