Article 84 of the Constitution says legislators have to duty to legislate for the benefit of the people. They should be in contact with their voters, listen to their claims and criticism, and inform them of the State policy. One of the National Assemblys roles is to discuss and pass national economic and social development plans and the nations budget. The Parliament should also approve the guidelines for the national economy planning and management system. It also makes decisions on the countrys monetary and credit system and on the islands foreign and domestic policy. The National Assembly has the power to declare a state of war in case of a military aggression, and pass peace treaties. Legislators can also establish and modify the countrys political and administrative division.