If there is an Assembly session without opposition, the outcome depends on the integrity, honesty, and sense of fair play of the ruling party members. There are many important tasks at hand and constant discussions, disturbances, interruptions by opposition party often mar the proceedings. When there is no one to oppose, then things will go smoothly. The key here is at least 1-2 members of the ruling party should play the devil's advocate, i.e try to find fault with the decision arrived at.The other drawback is laxity on the part of the ruling party in the absence of a strong opposition. In such situations, there is nobody to monitor the ruling party and bills or decision may be taken that actually harm the interests of the common man.