|Following the submission by the Minister for Economic Affairs, the National Assembly resolved to defer the Enterprise Registration Bill to the next session. ...||(Read More... | Viewed : 81):-Posted on 28 November 2014
|Experts’ assessment for the construction of Lhamozingkha-Sarpang road underway|
During the question hour, the Member from Gelephug constituency questioned on when the road between Lhamozingkha and Sarpang would be constructed. The questioned was asked amid the rise in abduction of Bhutanese people along the southern borders. Responding to the query, the Minister for Works & Human Settlement expressed that the Government accorded top priority to build roads along the southern belt and accordingly the road construction connecting Dagana and Lhamozingkha had already commenced.
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Director Bjorn Forde presenting some work by DIPD to Hon Speaker Jigme Zangpo
|The Director of Danish Institute for Parties and Democracy, Mr. Bjorn Forde called on the Hon Speaker Jigme Zangpo on 25th November 2014. The Hon Speaker expressed his appreciation to Mr. Bjorn Forde for organizing a study tour for the political parties of Bhutan to Denmark. Hon Speaker expressed that such study tour will help the political parties outside the parliament to enhance their capacity in strengthening democracy. ...||(Read More... | Viewed : 99):-Posted on 28 November 2014
|The third reading on the Enterprise Registration Bill 2014 commenced in the National Assembly. While deliberating on section 4 of the Bill, the Members expressed that there was discrepancy in the Dzongkha and English version of the Bill leading to ambiguities. The House directed to address the translation ambiguities in the Bill. ...||(Read More... | Viewed : 183):-Posted on 27 November 2014
|The House passed the Entitlement & Service Conditions (Amendment) Bill for the Holders, Members & Commissioners of the Constitutional Offices after 24 Members voted ‘Yes’ and 15 members voted ‘No’ of the 39 Members present and voting. Following the voting, the Members were given the floor to express dissenting opinions whereby the Members of the Opposition expressed that they voted ‘No’ for the Bill as they felt that the amendment was not lawful. ...||(Read More... | Viewed : 174):-Posted on 27 November 2014