JS goes into session on Nov 13
The Jatiya Sangsad goes into the fourth session on November 13.
President Abdul Hamid convened the session yesterday, a parliament secretariat release said.
The fourth session will be a brief one, sources at parliament said.
According to the constitution, there can be a maximum 60 days' gap between the end of a session and the beginning of the next one.
The last session of parliament had 14 working days and ended on September 18. The much-talked-about 16th constitutional amendment bill was passed in that session, empowering the House to remove Supreme Court judges on grounds of misbehaviour and incapacity.
The 10th parliament went into its maiden session on January 25 while the second one, budget session, began on June 3 and third one on September 1.
The BNP, which was either in the treasury or in the opposition bench between 1991 and 2013, does not have any participation in 10th parliament as the party-led alliance and most other political parties boycotted the January 5 one-sided elections.