The Parliamentary programme consists of two main components, which are parliamentary sessions and constituency periods. MPs use constituency periods to attend to the public and work to solve problems in communities where MPs are assigned constituents or assist with access to basic services such as social grants, housing, and health care. MPs also use constituency periods to report back to their constituents on what is happening in Parliament. MPs do this work at Constituency Offices. Constituency offices serve as a direct link between elected officials and the public. When Parliament is in session, an administrator is sometimes available at the constituency offices to assist constituents.
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