House of Rep passes 19 bills in one day

The House of Representatives today passed nineteen bills in one sittings, thus making good its promise to reduce time spent on passing bills.

Some of the bills passed by the House include the bill for an Act to amend the Advance Fee Fraud and other related offences act, a bill for an Act to Amend the Dangerous Drugs Act, a Bill for an Act to amend the Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund Act and a bill for an Act to amend the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Act to modify the definition of Bank and Money Instrument, review the composition of the commission and harmonise the tenure of offices of members.

Also passed were a bill for an Act to Establish the National Child Protection and Enforcement Agency, a bill to Amend the provisions of the Small and Medium Scale Enterprises Development Agency Act and a bill for an Act to Amend the Value Added Tax Act to review upwards the fines and penalties specified for offences under Act.

The House also passed an Act to Regulate the Rights and Obligations under Tenancy Agreements and the relationship between the landlord and the tenant.

 

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