Malé, Maldives — After a month long vacation, it has been scheduled to hold the Parliament’s first sitting of the third session of this year, on Monday.
The day’s agenda has to been scheduled to being with the ministerial questioning of the Minister of Housing and Infrastructure, Mohamed Aslam, which was proposed by MP of Maavashu constituency, Mohamed Saeed, to questions the minister about the protection of the eroding area of the island.
Monday’s sitting would also include the approving of the new members of the Human Rights Commission of Maldives (HRCM), as well as the preliminary debate for three bills, of which one being the classification of unjust enrichment as a crime, proposed by MP of Fonadhoo constituency Moosa Siraj.
The other two amendments include the proposal by MP of Funadhoo constituency Mohamed Shahid, to bring amendments to the Anti Corruptions Commission (ACC), as well as an amendment proposed by Vilufushi MP Hassan Afeef.
According to the regulations of the Parliament, the first term of the Parliament will commence in January and end by April, with the second term commencing in June and ending prior to the last day of August. The last term, will only be of two months, beginning in October and ending in November.