Parliament makes laws and holds the Government to account for its policies, actions, and spending.
The functions of Parliament include:
- forming a Government (Executive) from among its members
- making new laws and updating old laws
- representing the people
- examining and approving Government taxes and spending
- holding the Government to account for its policies and actions.
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