Opposition To Ask Questions Surrounding Argyle Airport When Parliament Meets On Friday

House of Assembly

Opposition members in the House of Assembly will ask members of the government 13 questions for oral answers when the House of Assembly meets on Friday.

According to the Order paper of the house, among the questions to be asked, will be one surrounding the opening date of the Argyle International Airport and the whether certain specific international Airlines will be flying there and one seeking to find out the fiscal position of the country, as of August 31st, this year, compared with the same period last year.

Opposition Leader Arnhim Eustace
Opposition Leader Arnhim Eustace

Meanwhile, Nineteen Bills are listed to be dealt with, at a meeting of Parliament set to take place this Friday.

The list includes the International Business Companies Amendment Bill, the Value Added Tax Amendment Bill, the Companies Amendment Bill, and the Education Amendment Bill, which will receive their first reading.

A Select Committee Report will be presented by the Occupational Safety and Health Bill.

Pension Declaration Bills for Joy Cato, Rayson Duncan; Hermisteen Burke; Godson Caine and Erene Burke are also listed to receive their first reading.

And six private Bills will receive their first reading and four will be read for the second time.