Parliament: Order Of Business For July 27th

July 26, 2018 | 4 Comments

Statements on the Ministry Of Health, Debt Collection Act, Shelly Bay Beach Update, Cruise Critic award, Cup Match Policing Plan, Redevelopment of an Emergency Housing Centre at Bishop Spencer, and the Important Link between Cup Match and Emancipation in Bermuda are due to be delivered in the House of Assembly on Friday [July 27], while Bills on the Order Paper include the Defence [Coast Guard Unit] Amendment Act 2018.

In addition, Premier David Burt is set to provide written responses to Parliamentary Questions from Opposition Leader Jeanne Atherden about the names of all Fintech companies incorporated in Bermuda, how many work permits each Fintech company will require and “how many jobs will be created in total by the Fintech companies and how many of these jobs will be for Bermudians.”

The Order of Business follows below [PDF here]:

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  1. Can anyone say national debt?? says:

    What about a discussion on plans to reduce the throttling national debt amount?

    • wingnut says:

      The fact that this Government has no financial responsibility to the over all well being of Bermudians should be no surprise to you now. Mr. Burt knows how the system works. It’s always better to ask for forgiveness than permission. The sad part is the few people this Government is seen to be helping can’t stop the amount of dept all of us including them will beer.

    • shrew says:

      the PLP NEVER have any plan. they just increase the union CS that feed off of realy taxpayers . “arbitrade’: SCAM , casino: GONE , 2 hotels: GONE (who really wants to do biz with a PLP govt? Answer is clear!)

  2. inna says:

    The debt has disappeared just like all the mold in the schools!!

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