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This Week – 20th March 2017

THIS WEEK IN THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY Two Ministers will attend sitting of the National Assembly next week to answer questions relating to their Ministry. Minister Alexander will answer 4 questions about the Ministry for Youth, Sports and Culture and, Minister Maurice Loustau Lalanne will answer an Urgent Question by Hon. Churcill Gill Member for Baie Ste Anne Praslin. In additions ...

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Revised Order Paper – Sitting of Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd March, 2017 at 9 a.m.

National Anthem Moment of Reflection Communications from the Chair Presentation of Papers Public Service Appeal Board Report for the year ended 31st December 2016 S.I.     4/17 Land Reclamation (Retrospective Authority) (No. 6) Order, 2016 S.I.     5/17 Land Reclamation (Retrospective Authority) (No. 7) Order, 2016 S.I.     6/17 International Trade Zone (Declaration of Zone) Notice, 2017 S.I.    10/17 Tourism Marketing ...

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COGA seeks clarification on Micro, Small and Medium enterprises development in Seychelles.

The Committee on Government Assurances today met with Ms. Penny Belmont, the Chief Executive Officer for Small Enterprise Promotion Agency (SEnPA)

The Committee on Government Assurances today met with Ms. Penny Belmont, the Chief Executive Officer for Small Enterprise Promotion Agency (SEnPA). The aim of the Meeting was to clarify on assurances relating to a project undertaken in collaboration with ADB to finance Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development in Seychelles.

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This Week – 13th March 2017

THIS WEEK IN THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY Three Ministers will attend Sitting of the National Assembly tomorrow Tuesday 14th and Wednesday 15th March 2017 to answer questions relating to their Ministry. Minister Bastienne will answer 12 questions about the Ministry of Habitat, Infrastructure and Land Transport. Question 13 on Order Paper dated 9 March tabled by Hon. Charles De Commarmond has ...

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Calendar of Sittings 2017

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF SEYCHELLES CALENDAR OF SITTINGS FOR 2017   FIRST TERM  FEBRUARY:     14th, 16th, 17th, 20th 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 28th MARCH:             7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th APRIL:               4th, 5th, 11th, 12th Recess:                        13th  April  – 15th May   SECOND TERM MAY:                              16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th, 30th, 31st JUNE:                            6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 20th, ...

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Truth Reconciliation and National Unity Committee

DOWNLOAD A GRIEVANCE FORM NATIONAL ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ON TRUTH, RECONCILIATION AND NATIONAL UNITY TERMS OF REFERENCE  With an overarching view to settling past political divisions since the 1977 Coup D’état and uniting the country around a common agenda for a confident future where every Seychellois will have a sense of equal ownership and value, the National Assembly Committee on Truth, ...

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Anti-Victimisation Committee

DOWNLOAD A GRIEVANCE FORM ANTI-VICTIMISATION COMMITTEE TERMS OF REFERENCE   Introduction 1.1        The Anti-victimisation Committee is a Standing Committee created by virtue of a resolution of the National Assembly. Purpose 2.1        The Committee is mandated to hear and enquire into cases of victimisation. The principal aims of the committee are to: resolve the complaints lodged before it; and identify and ...

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Committee on HIV/AIDS and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights

TERMS OF REFERENCE COMMITTEE ON HIV/AIDS AND SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND RIGHTS The main aim of the Committee is to advocate and influence responses on HIV/AIDS and Sexual Reproductive Health issues The committee shall: Examine issues relating to HIV/AIDS and SRHR Advise and disseminate information to Members of the National Assembly for possible legislative enactment in a manner that human ...

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Committee on Islands

TERMS OF REFERENCE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ON ISLANDS To visit all Outer Islands of the Republic, as well as certain other Seychelles islands, to engage with their owners, those responsible for their management, and those employed there so as to take stock of their actual development as well as future strategies for their use. To engage with persons from all ...

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