On January first, Balochistan provincial assembly suspended proceedings for 53 minutes and could not take up a single question due to the absence of relevant ministers and leader of the house, Chief Minister. The attendance record of Members of Provincial Assembly (MPAs) of Balochistan is not satisfactory despite the fact that they are highest paid legislators in Pakistan.
From a legislative point of view, assemblies lay at the top in terms of their importance in the law-making process in a democratic setup. Given the importance of legislators, do people who elect the parliamentarians have a say in the legislative process after they elect their representatives through elections and send them to assemblies? Here the question might get blur, however, the democracies in the world may have an answer to the question.