Summoning and Prorogation of National Assembly
The procedure regarding summoning and prorogation of the Senate is the same as that National Assembly. In normal circumstances the Senate is to be summoned by the President, and in this case he has the power to prorogue it. However, the Senate can also be summoned by the Chairman if he is asked for by not less than one-fourth members of the senate. In this case the President has no power to prorogue it. In this case the power to prorogue the senate has been given to the Chairman only who has called it into session.
It is envisaged that there shall at least he two session of the Senate every years with an interval of not more than one hundred and twenty days.