Parliament returns with packed agenda

| 16/11/2011

(CNS): Having adjourned more than one month ago the country’s legislators return to the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday for a new meeting with a full order paper. MLAs are scheduled to debate six government amendments to existing laws, two new laws and three private members motions filed by the independent member for North Side. From the extensive long awaited traffic bill to a proposal by Ezzard Miller to introduce one man one vote there will be plenty for members to cross verbal swords as well as some grounds for agreement.

What will be the third meeting of the 2011/12 session is scheduled to begin at 10pm and after any statements by government ministers members will be examining  amendments to the Motor Vehicle Insurance (Third Party Risks) law, the Immigration law, the Mutual Funds , Exempted Limited Partnership and tThe Companies laws as well as changes to  and the Customs law. They will also be debating a new law for Patents and Trade Marks as well as the Traffic Bill.

Time permitting the members will be debating three motions filed by Miller regarding the elections law, anti-corruption and the rehabilitation of offenders.

Category: Politics

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  1. Naya Boy says:

    CNS you have got that absolutely right packed Agenda's Their agenda every single one of these indivduals have bills to tender and not one concerns what the people need or want. all about them and their little kingdoms. Other Than Mr Eden he just wants to Double Dip every month Easyeeee Money$$$$$$$$ all this while drug planes are flying around and the island is going slowly down the drain.

  2. Anonymous says:

    how many days per year does the la meet?

  3. FORTH CLASS CITIZEN says:

    I can't wait to see what excuse UDP makes for not bringing into effect ONE MAN ONE VOTE. If they don't it will be their undoing. No political Party can truly get away with a total violation of human rights not even the UDP.

    • Anonymous says:

      They will say that the current system is working. Of course it is. For them.

  4. Anonymous says:

    WHAT ABOUT THE MARINE CONSERVATION LAW??????????????????

    THE SEA LIFE IS GETTING PLUNDERED AND NO ONE GIVES A DAMN!!!!!!!!!!!!