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5th Session of the 11th Republican Parliament

The Gambling (Gaming and Betting) Control Bill, 2016

An Act to provide for the regulation and control of gaming and betting and matters related thereto This Bill seeks to provide for the establishment of the Gambling (Gaming and Betting) Control Commission ("the Commission") for the purpose of regulating the Gaming and Betting Sectors which are, both on a global and national level, vulnerable to infiltration by money launderers and terrorist financing

This Bill was brought forward from the Second, Third Session and then Fourth Session of the 11th Parliament after the work of the Joint Select Committee considering the matter was saved

Introduced By:
Colm Imbert
Bill No:
House of Representatives Bill 10 of 2016
Introduced On:
01-Jul-2016
Status
House of Representatives - Bill Defeated

Progress

1 Jul 2016
House of Representatives
Bill brought from the 4th Session
1 speakersShow Speakers
1.Hon. Colm Imbert, MP [Diego Martin North/East] [Minister of Finance]
2 Oct 2019
Referred to Committee Hansard
7 Feb 2020
Committee Report Debated Hansard
8 speakersShow Speakers
1.Hon. Colm Imbert, MP [Diego Martin North/East] [Minister of Finance]
2.Mr. Rudranath Indarsingh, MP [Couva South] [Opposition Member]
3.Hon. Faris Al-Rawi, SC, MP [San Fernando West] [Attorney General]
4. Dr. Roodal Moonilal, MP [Oropouche East] [Opposition Member]
5.Hon. Stuart Young, SC, MP [Port-of-Spain North/St. Ann’s West] [Minister of National Security and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister]
6.Hon. Fitzgerald Hinds, MP [Laventille West] [Minister in the Ministry of the Attorney General and Legal Affairs]
7.Hon. Dr. Keith Rowley, MP [Diego Martin West] [Prime Minister]
8.Hon. Colm Imbert, MP [Diego Martin North/East] [Minister of Finance]
15 May 2020
Committee Report Debated Hansard
1 speakersShow Speakers
1.Hon. Colm Imbert, MP [Diego Martin North/East] [Minister of Finance]
15 May 2020
Bill Defeated Hansard
20 voted for, 0 against, 15 abstentions
Motion for the third reading and passage of the Bill was not approved.
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