Argue the case for delegated legislation.

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Case for delegated legislation

 

Compensation of lost parliamentary time:

Since members of parliament are generally busy, law making time not made use of parliament is made use of the delegates when they make law.

 

Speed:

If law is urgently required, the same may be made a Governmental Minister or Professional body delegates are responsive to urgent needs.

 

Flexibility:

It is relatively easy to make and unmake delegated legislation.  Delegates are not generally subjects are not generally subjected to rigid and binding procedures.

 

Technicality of subject matter:

By delegating legislative power, rules and regulations are made experts in the particular field.  Delegates are free to consult experts on various issues.

 

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