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Government 13 Jun, 2024 Follow News

Hon. Sir Alden McLaughlin, KCMG, MBE, KC, JP, MP, Speaker, during the Third Meeting of the 2023-2024 Session in February 2024.

The Speaker of Parliament, Hon. Sir Alden McLaughlin, KCMG, MBE, KC, JP, MP, has notified Members of Parliament (MPs) that the Fourth Meeting of the 2023-2024 Session has been rescheduled and will now commence on Friday, 5th July, 2024, at 10:00 a.m.

The Business Committee will meet the week prior to the Meeting in order to confirm the order of business to be dealt with by the House. As of 10th June, six Business Papers have been sent to the Members since the previous Meeting in February.

The deadline for Bills to be received by the Clerk of Parliament in order to be eligible for consideration at the Fourth Meeting, was 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, 6th June 2024 in accordance with the 28-day notice period per Section 77 (2) of the Cayman Islands Constitution Order (2009) as amended in 2020. The Bills to be considered by the Business Committee to be dealt with at the upcoming meeting are:

1. Supplementary Appropriation (January 2023 to December 2023) Bill, 2024

2. Summary Jurisdiction (Amendment) Bill, 2024

3. Perpetuities (Amendment) Bill, 2024

4. Pharmacy Bill, 2024

5. Firearms (Amendment) Bill, 2024

Members have until 5:00 p.m. on 24th June to submit Parliamentary Questions for the Ministers, Attorney General, and Deputy Governor, and until 5:00 p.m. on 27th June for any Government or Private Members’ Motions to be filed in the Clerk’s Office. House documents will be made available on the Parliament’s website at parliament.ky.

The proceedings can be accessed live on the Cayman Islands Government’s YouTube channel, CIGTV, and on Breeze 105.3FM. (Radio Cayman will replay the day’s proceedings each evening on 89.9FM). The public are also welcome to view the proceedings live from the public gallery at the House of Parliament after signing-in with Security.

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