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Parliament is adjourned until Wednesday 31st October 2018.  

 
PARLIAMENT SPECIALLY ADJOURNS, BLC CONCLUDES HEARING ON BILLS

MONDAY 25 APRIL 2016

The Bills and Legislation Committee (BLC) has concluded hearing on the New Bills on Saturday 23rd April 2016 while Parliament is again specially adjourned to give time for government to settle certain national issues for the smooth operation of Parliament.

The Anti corruption Bill and the Whistle Blowers Bill were the last to be heard.

This means some Bills are now deem to go for the 2nd reading, committee stage and third reading in Parliament next week.

Meanwhile, Parliament is again specially adjourned today, Monday 25th April 2016 to Wednesday 27th April 2016.

Prime Minister, Manasseh Sogavare in moving the motion of special adjournment thanked the Chairman of the Bills and Legislation Committee for the progress of the Bills Hearing.

In his comments he explained that Parliament needs to adjourn to give time for other Bill reports to be prepared to be tabled and moved to second reading and the committee stage.

However, the other important matter for this special adjournment is: government needs to sit down and settle certain national issues that are affecting the smooth operation of Parliament.

“I believe there are certain national issues that affect the smooth and executive operation of this Parliament; that I believe the fifty members of Parliament, especially the government side need to sit down and look at before we continue with this meeting, Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare explained.

Parliament will resume on Wednesday the 27th of April 2016.

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