The Sindh Assembly is the provincial legislative body in the Sindh province of Pakistan. It is one of the four provincial assemblies in the country. The Sindh Assembly is responsible for making laws, representing the interests of the people of Sindh, and overseeing the provincial governments functioning. The Sindh Assembly consists of elected representatives known as Members of Provincial Assembly (MPAs). These MPAs are elected through general elections held every five years. The number of seats in the Sindh Assembly is determined based on the population of the province, and it can vary with each electoral cycle. The political party or coalition that secures a majority of seats in the Sindh Assembly forms the government and elects a Chief Minister from among its members. The Chief Minister heads the provincial government and exercises executive powers in Sindh. The Sindh Assembly plays a vital role in legislative matters, including passing bills, approving the provincial budget, and discussing and debating issues of public importance. It serves as a platform for representatives to address the concerns and interests of the people of Sindh.
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