NEW DELHI: Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu said on Friday that political parties should have a code of conduct for their MPs in Parliament to monitor their behaviour.
Speaking to reporters at a get-together after the end of the Parliament session, Naidu who is also the Rajya Sabha chairman suggested that the parties should include such a code in their election manifestos.
"I suggest that political parties should have a code of conduct for their MPs to monitor their behaviour," he told reporters.
Naidu expressed satisfaction over the successful session of Parliament in which a number of key bills were passed.
He said the session has helped change the perception of people about the functioning of Parliament.