What is the difference between a Session, Sitting and Meeting in Parliament?

A Session is the period beginning with the date when Parliament commences to sit, upon being summoned by the Speaker and ending when it’s prorogued and is usually one year.

A Sitting is the period during which Parliament sits continuously without adjourning and this also includes any period during which Parliament is in Committee.

A Meeting is any sitting or sittings of Parliament commencing when Parliament first meets after being summoned at any time and ending when Parliament is adjourned sine die or at the conclusion of a session.