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14 bills passed to next government

Jan 12. 2016
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By Eleven Myanmar

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Yangon - Myanmar's Lower House of Parliament ruled yesterday that 14 bills, including the Bill for the Protection of the Constitution, would not be discussed during the term of the current parliament.

The Lower House decided to send the bills, which were submitted by the Joint Bill Committee, back to the Union Parliament due to a shortage of time to process the bills. The current parliament’s term will expire at the end of this month.

The delayed bills include the Nuclear Prevention Bill, the bill to amend the Land Confiscation Act, the Bill for the Protection of the Constitution, the bills on industrial design copyright, innovation copyright, other types of copyright and trademark, the Ambassadorial Bill, the bill to amend the 1950 Emergency Provision Act, the Myanmar Statistics Bill, the Private Education Bill, the Prison Bill, the bill to amend the Weapons Act and the bill to amend the 1949 Suppression of Prostitution Act.

 

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