If you happen to be in Edinburgh one day, or are already here, you may want to visit Scotland’s new Parliament. It sits at the foot of Edinburgh’s famous Royal Mile in front of the spectacular Holyrood Park. It is also located very close to “Arthur’s Seat” – a series of hills that are great for climbing.
The complex building has been hailed as one of the most innovative designs in Britain today. However, the design has been the subject of a lively yet controversial debate since not all agree with its attractiveness.
The following leaflet realia, written for an Arabic-speaking audience – explains how committees work and outlines their role in scrutinising legislation, conducting inquiries, gathering evidence and holding the Scottish Government to account.
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