Parliament moves meeting from 10th 13th December

Parliament moves meeting from 10th 13th December

Parliament moves meeting from 10th 13th December

Written by Teena Marian

07 Dec, 2022 | 6:07 am

COLOMBO (News 1st) – The Committee on Parliamentary Business had decided that the Parliament will meet on Tuesday the 13th instead of next Saturday the 10th of December.

Earlier it was decided to hold Parliament sittings on the 10th and the entire day was reserved for Questions for Oral Answers.

Accordingly, the entire day of Tuesday 13th has been reserved for Questions for Oral Answers and as previously decided, the second reading debate of the Value Added Tax (Amendment) and Inland Revenue (Amendment) Bills will be held on Friday 9th December.

Furthermore, the committee has agreed to hold the vote on the third reading of the Appropriation Bill to be held on the 8th at 5.00 pm.

It has been decided to present the Order mentioned in Gazette No. 2308/62 dated 03.12.2022 under the Essential Public Service Act No. 61 of 1979, published by the President, for approval on the 8th of December.

Also, it was decided in the Committee on Parliamentary Business that after the 13th, the next sitting of Parliament will be on 17th January 2023, the General Secretary said.

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