6th Sitting of the Senate
3rd Session - 12th Republican Parliament
The President of the Senate informed of correspondence received from the Deputy Speaker of the House regarding appointments to Joint Select Committees.
The Civil Aviation (Amendment) Bill, 2022 was brought from the House of Representatives in the name of the Attorney General, Sen. the Hon. Reginald Armour, who moved that the next stage of the bill be taken later in the proceedings. The motion was approved.
Four papers were laid. See Order Paper for details.
Three reports were presented. See the Supplemental Order Paper for details.
Three questions qualified for oral answer. All questions were answered. See Order Paper.
The Attorney General, Sen. the Hon. Reginald Armour, moved the second reading of The Civil Aviation (Amendment) Bill, 2022 in the Senate. Eight senators contributed to the debate before the wind up by the Attorney General. The bill was then committed to a Committee of the Whole Senate for consideration clause by clause. No amendments were made. The bill was read a third time and passed.
Two urgent questions were posed and answered. See Order Paper for details.
Sen. Wade Mark raised a matter on the adjournment on the rising cost of living and the negative impact this is having on middle and working class citizens in our country. The Minister of Trade and Industry, Sen. the Hon. Paula Gopee-Scoon, responded.
Sen. Wade Mark raised a second matter on the need for the Government to explain the failure of CLICO to provide a current valuation of its Methanol Holdings International Limited shares as highlighted in the December 31, 2020 and 2021 auditing report by KPMG. The Minister in the Ministry of Finance, Hon. Brian Manning, MP, responded.
The Sitting concluded at 5:47 p.m.