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Section 5.3. Legislative bills may be proposed by the Scottish Government, by any individual Member of Parliament, or by means of a public petition signed by at least five per cent of the Nation’s registered voters; provided, that bills relating to matters of public revenues and finance, may only be proposed by the responsible Minister.

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    Administrator #1  •  2020-08-20 17:43:07

    Section 5.3. Section 5.3. Legislative bills may be proposed by the Scottish Government, by any individual Member of Parliament, or by means of a public petition signed by at least five per cent of the Nation’s registered voters; provided, that bills relating to matters of public revenues and finance, may only be proposed by the responsible Minister.

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