A private member’s bill is only introduced and discussed on

A private member’s bill is only introduced and discussed on

A. Monday

B. Sunday

C. Friday

D. Saturday

Answer: C

Explanation:

The Private Member’s Bills are either drafted by the member of parliament (MP) or his staff. The MP who wants to move a Private Member’s Bill has to give at least a month’s notice, for the House Secretariat to examine it for compliance with constitutional provisions and rules on legislation. While a government Bill can be introduced and discussed on any day, a private member’s bill is only introduced and discussed on Fridays.