Civics

What is 'Zero Hour?'


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When the matters of utmost importance are raised.


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ZERO HOUR denotes the time immediately following the Question Hour in both Houses of Parliament. This is about 12 noon which is why it is called Zero Hour. During this hour members' can raise matters of great importance without prior notice. However, the duration of the Zero Hour has varied over the years. It is not possible to predict what kind of matters might be raised during Zero Hour as there is no mention of any Zero Hour in the rules of the Parliament.
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