—(1) Parliament shall consist of —
such number of elected Members as is required to be returned at a general election by the constituencies prescribed by or under any law made by the Legislature;
such other Members, not exceeding 6 in number, who shall be known as non-constituency Members, as the Legislature may provide in any law relating to Parliamentary elections to ensure the representation in Parliament of a minimum number of Members from a political party or parties not forming the Government; and
such other Members not exceeding 9 in number, who shall be known as nominated Members, as may be appointed by the President in accordance with the provisions of the Fourth Schedule.
(2) A non-constituency Member or a nominated Member shall not vote in Parliament on any motion pertaining to —
a Bill to amend the Constitution;
a Supply Bill, Supplementary Supply Bill or Final Supply Bill;
a Money Bill as defined in Article 68;
a vote of no confidence in the Government; and
removing the President from office under Article 22L.
(3) In this Article and in Articles 39A and 47, a constituency shall be construed as an electoral division for the purposes of Parliamentary elections.