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4th Session of the 11th Republican Parliament

The National Statistical Institute of Trinidad and Tobago Bill, 2018

AN ACT to repeal and replace the Statistics Act, Chap. 19:02, establish a National Statistical Institute of Trinidad and Tobago and for other related matters

The purpose of the National Statistical Institute of Trinidad and Tobago Bill, 2018 is to establish a National Statistical Institute in Trinidad and Tobago and also to repeal and replace the Statistics Act Chap. 19:02. The Bill would be inconsistent with sections 4 and 5 of the Constitution and is therefore required to be passed by a special majority of three-fifths of the members of each House.

The Bill was brought forward from the previous Session.
View the Bill Essentials here.

Introduced By:
Camille Robinson-Regis
Bill No:
House of Representatives Bill 16 of 2018
Introduced On:
20-Jun-2018
Published In Gazette On
20-Jun-2018, Vol.57 No.84
Status
House of Representatives - Referred to Committee

Progress

20 Jun 2018
House of Representatives
Brought forward from the previous Session.
1 speakersShow Speakers
1.Hon. Camille Robinson-Regis, MP [Arouca/Maloney] [Minister of Planning and Development]
1 Feb 2019
2nd Reading of the Bill Hansard
5 speakersShow Speakers
1.Hon. Faris Al-Rawi, MP [San Fernando West] [Attorney General]
2. Dr. Bhoendradatt Tewarie, MP [Caroni Central] [Opposition Member]
3.Hon. Colm Imbert, MP [Diego Martin North/East] [Minister of Finance]
4.Mr. Barry Padarath, MP [Princes Town] [Opposition Member]
5.Hon. Faris Al-Rawi, MP [San Fernando West] [Attorney General]
1 Feb 2019
Referred to Committee Hansard
Referred to JSC for consideration and submission of report by March 31, 2019
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