WINDHOEK: The National Assembly will resume its sessions on Tuesday.
The National Assembly proceedings were initially set to start last Tuesday, but the resumption was then postponed until tomorrow. No reason was given for the postponement.
The Sixth Session of the Fifth Parliament will run until the end of November 2012, according to a media statement issued by Chief Liaison Officer in the National Assembly, David Nahogandja on Monday.
According to the statement, some of the Bills that may be tabled during the sixth session include the Agricultural (Commercial) Land Reform Amendment Bill: the State Finance Bill; Public Procurement Bill; Presidential Emoluments Amendment Bill; the Marriage Bill; and the Magistrate Amendment Bill.
Other Bills that may be tabled are the Seed and Seed Varieties Bill; the Veterinary and Veterinary Para-Professions Bill; the Child Care and Protection Bill; and the Transfer Duty Amendment Bill.