What is adjournment, prorogation and dissolution?
All business not concluded at the time of adjournment stands over to the next sitting. Prorogation is the ending of a parliamentary session that abolishes all pending business and halts all committee work. Dissolution is the bringing to an end of a parliament. This is done by the Lieutenant-Governor and is followed by a general election. Adjournment ends a sitting, Prorogation ends a session and Dissolution ends a parliament.