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Parliament is adjourned until Wednesday 31st October 2018.  

 
PARLIAMENT MEETING SETS FOR 19 APRIL

MONDAY 11 APRIL 2016

The 4th meeting of the 10th Parliament will convene its first sitting for 2016 on 19 April.

According to the Procedure department of the National Parliament, the Hon. Speaker Ajilon Nasiu had already endorsed the six Bills that were put on noticed.

The Provisional Business Paper No.45 stated the following Government Business items for the upcoming Parliament meeting.

PROVISIONAL BUSINESS PAPER NO 45

NEW ITEMS OF BUSINESS

  1. PAPER
    Hon. Peter Shanel Agovaka to present the following paper:
    Telecommunications Commission of Solomon Islands Annual Report 2014.(National Parliament Paper No.1 of 2016)
  2. BILLS

    The Penal Code (Amendment) (Sexual Offences) Bill 2016: Bill to be introduced by Hon. William Bradford Marau, Minister for Justice and Legal Affairs.

    The Anti-Corruption Bill 2016: Bill to be introduced by Hon. Manasseh Sogavare, Prime Minister.

    The Whistleblowers Protection Bill 2016: Bill to be introduced by Hon. Manasseh Sogavare, Prime Minister.

    The Valuers (Amendment) Bill 2016: Bill to be introduced by Hon. Moses Garu, Minister for Lands, Housing and Survey.

    The Land and Titles (Amendment) Bill 2016: Bill to be introduced by Hon. Moses Garu, Minister for Lands, Housing and Survey.

BUSINESS BEFORE THE HOUSE

  1. PETITION(S)

    (no petitions)

  2. PAPERS

    (no papers)

  3. QUESTIONS
    Question No. 24 – MCILI Industrial and Commercial Estate Programme

    Hon. Rick Houenipwela, MP for Small Malaita to ask the Minister for Commerce, Industries, Labour and Immigration:
    Can the Minister for Commerce, Industries, Labour and Immigration inform Parliament the reasons for a mere 51% implementation rate as at 1st October 2015 of the Industrial and Commercial estate Development Programme under the 2015 Development Budget?

    (Notice given Business paper No. 36 on 3 December 2015. Question to be answered on or after 8 December 2015).

  4. MOTIONS

    Motion No. 11 – Consider Paper, National Peacebuilding Policy
    Hon. Samson Maneka, Minister of National Unity, Reconciliation and Peace to move:
    That Parliament resolves itself into a Committee of the Whole House to consider the National Peacebuilding Policy, National Parliament Paper No.15 of 2015.

    (Notice given Business paper No. 25 on 16 October 2015. Motion to be moved on or after 20 October 2015).

  5. BILL
  6. (no Bills)

    It is understood that the Prime Minister will read out his government business during the first day of meeting.
    Meanwhile the Bills and Legislation Committee is currently conducting hearings for all six bills as part of their oversight and scrutiny task. All hearings should be completed before Parliament sits on the 19th April.

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