Seven Bills in House next week

Parliament will take up for debate this week seven Bills, including the Registration of Deaths of Persons (Temporary Provisions) Bill as well as the Gaming (Special Provisions) Bill.

The other Bills to be taken up for debate are Secretary to the Treasury (Nomination of Representative) Bill, Default Taxes (Special Provisions) Bill, Public Enterprises Reform Commission of Sri Lanka (Repeal) Bill, Recovery of Loans by Banks (Special Provisions) (Amendment) Bill and the Regulation of Insurance Industry (Amendment) Bill.

The motion for the extension of the Emergency will be taken up for debate on Tuesday while several regulations made under the Finance Act will also be debated.It is the last week of sittings before the Budget is presented to Parliament on November 22.

The Appropriation Bill 2011 will be debated from November 23 to December 10. The vote on the Second Reading will be on November 29, while the Committee stage begins on November 30 and ends on December 10.

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