The Office of National People’s Assembly referred today, Monday, the 2022 Finance Bill to the relevant committee and decided to resume work next Tuesday to submit and vote on a number of bills, according to a statement by the Lower House of Parliament.
The source indicated that the Office of National People’s Assembly, headed by its speaker, Ibrahim Boughali, and after approving the minutes of the meeting held on October 4, it referred the Finance Bill for the year 2022 to the Finance and Budget Committee in order to begin its study, then set the timetable for the Assembly’s work. It was decided that works will resume on Tuesday, October 26, with a public session devoted to presenting and voting on 12 bills.
These texts consist of “a draft law that includes approval of Ordinance No. 21-02 that defines electoral districts and the number of seats to be filled in parliamentary elections, a draft law that includes approval of Ordinance No. 21-13 supplementing some provisions of Law No. 11-10 related to the municipality, a draft law containing the approval of Ordinance 21-01 containing the organic law relating to the electoral system, and a draft law containing the approval of Ordinance 21-05 amending and supplementing Ordinance 21-01 containing the organic law relating to the electoral system.”
It also includes “a draft law that includes approval of Ordinance 21-08 that amends and supplements Ordinance 66-156 of the Penal Code, a draft law that includes approval of Ordinance 21-09 regarding the protection of administrative information and documents, a draft law that includes approval of Ordinance 21-10 that amends and supplements Ordinance 21-01 containing the Organic Law relating to the Electoral System among others.
The same source stressed that the agenda also included the examining of the questions submitted to the office, where it was decided to send those that met the legal requirements to the government.
Finally, the statement indicated that the works concluded with a study of requests to organize information missions submitted by the committees for youth, sports and association activity, transport and telecommunications, and the Committee for Agriculture, Fishing and Environmental Protection.