Though the special session was supposed to be held in March, it was postponed in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak
A special session of the 11th Jatiya Sangsad (JS) will begin at 6pm Sunday on the occasion of the Mujib Borsho.
President Md Abdul Hamid called the session exercising the power bestowed upon him as per Clause (1) of Article 72 of the Constitution on October 21.
Though the special session was supposed to be held in March, it was postponed in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
The 9th session of 11th parliament was prorogued on September 10 after only five sittings as the session was held amid ongoing coronavirus pandemic by maintaining proper health guidelines.
Ahead of the special parliamentary session, MPs, journalists and other officials and employees of the Parliament Secretariat have undergone the Covid-19 sample tests.
Only Covid-19 negative people can enter the special session.
In the wake of the pandemic, journalists were not allowed to cover the last two JS sessions.
In this session, a limited number of journalists will be allowed during the speech of President Abdul Hamid.
The session is likely to be shorter.