The Shura Council participated in a parliamentary meeting entitled Challenges and Opportunities in Parliamentary Monitoring and Evaluation, held by the Inter-Parliamentary Union in cooperation with the Ugandan Parliament, through video conferencing.
Discussions during the meeting focused on studying the issue of monitoring and evaluation in the parliamentary context, the reasons for parliaments monitoring their performance, and the challenges they face during the process of evaluating and monitoring parliamentary work.
The Shura Council was represented at the meeting by Shura Council Member H E Ismail bin Mohammed Al Emadi.
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