What is parliamentary recess?

The period spanning between the propagation of a House and its reassembly in a new session is called ‘recess’.

The presiding officer (Speaker or Chairman) declares the house adjourned sine die (prorogation) when the business of a session is completed. Hence, prorogation not only terminates a sitting, but also a session of the House. 

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