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The Parliament is the highest legislative body that frames policies and laws, which have ramifications on the life and livelihood of all persons in the country. Children constitute more than forty per cent of our population, but as they cannot vote they lack a political voice in a parliamentary democracy. Indeed, as adults, we often forget that they are citizens with equal rights. Needless to say, they have no participation in formulating, discussing or making policies because they are neither a part of the bureaucracy nor of the legislature.
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