Opposition to ask 19 questions in the House Thursday
May 14, 2013

Opposition to ask 19 questions in the House Thursday

Nineteen questions are down on the order paper as the House of Assembly convenes on Thursday May 16.{{more}}

Fourteen Bills are also down for their first reading including the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) Amendment Bill, the public sector (ALBA Bank) loans amendment Bill and the motor vehicle and road traffic amendment Bill.

Leader of the Opposition, Arnhim Eustace will ask Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves to give an update on the performance of the country’s fiscal out turn and he will pose a question to the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries etc for an update on the banana rehabilitation project.

A question on wind data collected on the site of the international airport at Argyle will be put to the prime minister by Dr Godwin Friday, Area Representative for the Northern Grenadines and he is also seeking a response from Gonsalves on the issue of voters’ registration.

Terrence Ollivierre, Area Representative for the Southern Grenadines will ask about the placement of a nurse on the island of Mayreau; and Area Representative for Central Kingstown, St Clair Leacock will ask the prime minister for financial statements for the International Airport Development Company (IADC) and National Properties Ltd.