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National Assembly of the Fourth Parliament Deliberates on Key Agendas during its second Plenary Session

National Assembly of the Fourth Parliament Deliberates on Key Agendas during its second Plenary Session

The National Assembly of the Fourth Parliament deliberated on key agendas during its second Plenary Session held today in the Lhen-Zom Khangzang at the Gyelyong Tshogkhang. 

The Plenary session discussed several significant issues, focusing on matters pertinent to the nations’s governance and policies. The primary discussions revolved around the follow-up report concerning the resolutions arrived at during the first Plenary Session where there were no outstanding specific follow-up reports. 

Decisions made by the House Committee and the Economic and Finance Committee were presented to the plenary. The Secretary General also made a presentation on the National Assembly’s preliminary budget proposal for the Fiscal Year 2024-2025.  

Further, several matters were earmarked for policy review, including land-related issues, house construction approvals, tree cutting permits within private lands,  tax-related concerns, and the review of the Individual Work Plan (IWP) for civil servants. The issues were referred to various committees for thorough review and recommendations.

The Secretariat also introduced the Research Assistants assigned to the Deputy Speaker and Members, aiming to enhance legislative support and efficiency.

The plenary session concluded with a commitment to address the identified issues effectively and to ensure transparent and accountable governance in line with national interests.

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