Principles of Post-Legislative Scrutiny

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Principles of Post-Legislative Scrutiny

July 23rd, 2018

The “Principles for Post-Legislative Scrutiny by Parliament” is a policy document aimed at assisting parliaments interested in initiating or strengthening practices of Post-Legislative Scrutiny (Post-Leg). It summarises relevant practices based on lessons learned from parliaments in the UK and partner parliaments of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD).

Principles of Post-Legislative Scrutiny by Parliaments

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