Dynamic composition in parliament

The 10th Parliament is unique because of its dynamic composition.

There is a fusion of young blood and it mirrors the structure of the senior parliament with each constituency having a youth parliamentarian representative. 

It has helped the nation in grooming future parliamentarians for the development of the state.

It’s a massive human capital development and democracy to have young members of parliament because of the constitution which accommodates them including the Youth quarter.

This has also brought continuous democracy. Facing those life situations advocating, legislating and practicing democracy has prepared them better and with so much zeal for the betterment of the state.   

If tolerance is to go by the old generation in the assembly has immense knowledge to impact the youthful legislators remembering that history is the best teacher

Respect need not be compromised, elders need respect regardless of the party banner in order to remain disciplined. 

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