Parliament does not exist in a vacuum. It has developed as a highly institutionalized body, but not one that operates wholly detached from other actors within the political system. As a legislature, it has proved to be a multifunctional and functionally adaptable body. It has acquired a range of functions and it has developed or shed functions as it has adapted to the political environment within which it operates.
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