1 January 2013

Tunisia: NCA Work Schedule for This Week

Bardo — The National Constituent Assembly (NCA), which met on Monday under the chairmanship of Speaker Mustapha Ben Jaafar, looked at the work schedule of the Assembly for this week.

The NCA will meet at plenary sessions, next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday as follows

Wednesday, January 2, 2013: Oral questions to the government and examination of the following draft laws:

Draft law providing for issuing at the international financial market of a bond loan under the shape of subscription of the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT), in favour of the state, subject of the investment agreement, signed on January 13, 2010, between Tunisia and Qatar, and agreement concluded on April 16, 2012 between the BCT and several financial institutions.

A bill providing for the closure of the 2009 state budget.

Thursday, January 3, 2013: looking at a draft law providing for the amendment of the NCA internal rule.

Friday, January 4, 2013: oral questions to the government and examination of the following bills :

  • Draft law providing for the adoption of the international conventions n° 144, 151 and 154.
  • Draft organic law providing for the adoption of a loan agreement signed, on May 18, 2012 between Tunisia and Libya.
  • Draft organic law providing for the adoption of a convention between Tunisia and Saudi Arabia to avoid double fiscal taxation and tax evasion.
  • Draft organic law providing for the adoption of a convention between Tunisia and Vietnam to avoid double fiscal taxation and tax evasion.

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