Ambassador Ibrahim Asad Oglu Hajiyev with Hon Speaker Jigme Zangpo
|The Ambassador of Azerbaijan, H.E. Mr. Ibrahim Asad Oglu Hajiyev called on the Hon Speaker Tshogpon Jigme Zangpo on August 7, 2014. The Hon Speaker welcomed the Azerbaijani Ambassador and briefed him on parliamentary democracy and workings of the legislature in Bhutan....||(Read More... | Viewed : 63):-Posted on 08 August 2014
UNDP Review Mission accompanied by Hon Chairperson of ACC with the Hon Speaker and the Secretary General, NAS
The mission comprising Mr. Phil Matsheza, Practice Leader, Democratic Governance and Ms. Elodie Beth, UNDP Anti Corruption Advisor called on the Hon Speaker Tshogpon Jigme Zangpo yesterday afternoon. The mission is based at UNDP Asia Pacific Regional Center in Bangkok and they are in the country to review and assess the existing ethics and integrity infrastructure in Bhutan....
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Hon Speaker Jigme Zangpo with outgoing Indian Ambassador VP Haran
|The outgoing ambassador of India to Bhutan, H.E Mr. V P Haran called on the Hon Speaker Jigme Zangpo yesterday. The Hon Speaker expressed his gratitude to Ambassador Haran for his successful tenure which has further cemented the friendly bonds between Bhutan and India. ...||(Read More... | Viewed : 125):-Posted on 15 July 2014
Presentation on the Annual Report by the Prime Minister of Bhutan on the State of the Nation, including legislative plans and annual plans and priorities of the government, to the Druk Gyalpo and to the joint sitting of the Parliament ...
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|The House passed the Tenancy Bill of Bhutan 2014 after 39 Members voted in favour of the Bill while 2 Members voted ‘No’ and one Member abstained. ...||(Read More... | Viewed : 285):-Posted on 18 June 2014
The House deliberated on the recommendations made by the National Council on the pay revision report. One of the major contentions pertained to the deferral of pay raise for the Prime Minister, Cabinet Ministers and equivalent positions. The deferral of pay raise was also recommended for holders and members of the constitutional offices, Members of Parliament, Members of Privy Council, Attorney General and the secretaries to the government. ...
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