Advert

PM's motion next Monday

Parliament will on Monday start debating a procedural motion moved by the Prime Minister yesterday.

The motion is aimed at changing the regular timetable of the House of Representatives for the first time in some 30 years so that Wednesday sittings will start being held between 10 a.m. and 1.30 p.m.

This will be followed by a debate on the Criminal Code, the Registration Tax and the committee on Rent Laws.

A private member's motion moved by the leader of the Opposition urging the government to withdraw its support for the proposed underground extension to St John's Co-Cathedral Museum will be debated on February 11.

On that day, the House Business Committee will meet to decide when to debate a motion moved by Labour MP Joe Mizzi to annul the utility tariffs. Debate on this motion will take two sittings and be held by the end of February.

Advert

Comments are submitted under the express understanding and condition that the editor may, and is authorised to, disclose any/all of the above personal information to any person or entity requesting the information for the purposes of legal action on grounds that such person or entity is aggrieved by any comment so submitted.

At this time your comment will not be displayed immediately upon posting. Please allow some time for your comment to be moderated before it is displayed.

For more details please see our Comments Policy

Comments not loading? We recommend using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox with javascript turned on.
Comments powered by Disqus
Advert
Advert