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Mauritius National Assembly Chamber

Friday 8 December 2017

Meeting started at 3:00PM, ended at 8:28PM

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Santi Bai Hanoomanjee, GCSK (Mrs) Speaker

  • Announcements

  • Papers

  • Private Notice Question in regard to the Commission of Inquiry set up on 14 July 2015 on Drug Trafficking in Mauritius

  • Motion

  • Statements by Ministers

  • Public Bills

  • SECOND READING: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)

  • COMMITTEE STAGE: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)

  • THIRD READING: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)

  • SECOND READING: The Data Protection Bill (No. XIX of 2017)

  • COMMITTEE STAGE: The Data Protection Bill (No. XIX of 2017)

  • THIRD READING: The Data Protection Bill (No. XIX of 2017)

  • SECOND READING: The Higher Education Bill (No. XX of 2017)

  • COMMITTEE STAGE: The Higher Education Bill (No. XX of 2017)

  • THIRD READING: The Higher Education Bill (No. XX of 2017)

  • 15:02:55
    Announcements
    Hon. Santi Bai Hanoomanjee, G.C.S.K, The Speaker of the Mauritius National Assembly
  • 15:04:17
    Private Notice Question in regard to the Commission of Inquiry set up on 14 July 2015 on Drug Trafficking in Mauritius
    Hon. Charles Gaetan Xavier-Luc Duval, G.C.S.K, MP (No.18, Belle Rose, Quatre Bornes, PMSD)
  • 15:04:59
    Private Notice Question in regard to the Commission of Inquiry set up on 14 July 2015 on Drug Trafficking in Mauritius
    Hon. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, MP, The Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development (No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)
  • 15:37:05
    Motion
    Hon. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, MP, The Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development (No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)
  • 15:37:37
    Statements by Ministers
    Hon. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, MP, The Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development (No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)
  • 15:42:22
    SECOND READING: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)
    Hon. Muhammad Reza Cassam Uteem, MP,Hon. Soodesh Satkam Callichurn, MP,Hon. Satyaprakashsing Rutnah, MP, The Minister of Labour, Industrial Relations, Employment and Training (No.5, Pamplemousses and Triolet,No.7, Piton and Riviere du Rempart, MMM,MSM,ML)
  • 16:07:35
    SECOND READING: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)
    Hon. Muhammad Reza Cassam Uteem, MP
  • 16:21:40
    SECOND READING: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)
    Hon. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, MP, The Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development (No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)
  • 16:40:39
    Suspended
    Hon. Santi Bai Hanoomanjee, G.C.S.K, The Speaker of the Mauritius National Assembly
  • 17:15:23
    SECOND READING: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)
    Hon. Toolsyraj Benydin, MP, The Parliamentary Private Secretary (No.15, La Caverne and Phoenix, ML)
  • 17:23:35
    SECOND READING: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)
    Hon. Kavydass Ramano, MP (No:18, Belle Rose and Quatre Bornes, Independent)
  • 17:38:35
    SECOND READING: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)
    Hon. Shakeel Abdul Razack Ahmed Yousouf Mohamed, MP (No.3, Port Louis Maritime and Port Louis East, PTR)
  • 17:57:46
    SECOND READING: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)
    Hon. Satyaprakashsing Rutnah, MP, The Government Deputy Whip (No.7, Piton and Riviere du Rempart, ML)
  • 18:12:23
    SECOND READING: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)
    Hon. Santaram Baboo, MP (No.16, Vacoas and Floreal, PSMD)
  • 18:23:53
    SECOND READING: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)
    Hon. Soodesh Satkam Callichurn, MP, The Minister of Labour, Industrial Relations, Employment and Training (No.5, Pamplemousses and Triolet, MSM)
  • 18:33:52
    COMMITTEE STAGE: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)
    Hon. Santi Bai Hanoomanjee, G.C.S.K, The Speaker of the Mauritius National Assembly
  • 18:35:47
    THIRD READING: The Additional Remuneration and Other Allowances (2018) Bill (No. XXI of 2017)
    Hon. Soodesh Satkam Callichurn, MP, The Minister of Labour, Industrial Relations, Employment and Training (No.5, Pamplemousses and Triolet, MSM)
  • 18:36:55
    SECOND READING: The Data Protection Bill (No. XIX of 2017)
    Hon. Yogida Sawmynaden, MP, The Minister of Technology, Communication and Innovation (No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)
  • 19:01:19
    SECOND READING: The Data Protection Bill (No. XIX of 2017)
    Hon. Muhammad Reza Cassam Uteem, MP
  • 19:31:26
    SECOND READING: The Data Protection Bill (No. XIX of 2017)
    Hon. Satyaprakashsing Rutnah, MP, The Government Deputy Whip (No.7, Piton and Riviere du Rempart, ML)
  • 19:45:35
    SECOND READING: The Data Protection Bill (No. XIX of 2017)
    Hon. Mahendranuth Sharma Hurreeram, MP, The Chief Government Whip (No.12, Mahebourg and Plaine Magnien, MSM)
  • 19:53:07
    SECOND READING: The Data Protection Bill (No. XIX of 2017)
    Hon. Marie Danielle Selvon, MP (No.1, Grand River North West and Port Louis West, MMM)
  • 20:04:38
    SECOND READING: The Data Protection Bill (No. XIX of 2017)
    Hon. Rajcoomar Rampertab, MP, The Parliamentary Private Secretary (No.9, Flacq and Bon Accueil, MSM)
  • 20:12:18
    SECOND READING: The Data Protection Bill (No. XIX of 2017)
    Hon. Yogida Sawmynaden, MP, The Minister of Technology, Communication and Innovation (No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)
  • 20:21:01
    COMMITTEE STAGE: The Data Protection Bill (No. XIX of 2017)
    Hon. Kalidass Teeluckdharry, MP, The Deputy Speaker of the Mauritius National Assembly (No.5, Pamplemousses and Triolet, MSM)
  • 20:26:55
    THIRD READING: The Data Protection Bill (No. XIX of 2017)
    Hon. Yogida Sawmynaden, MP, The Minister of Technology, Communication and Innovation (No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)
  • 20:27:19
    Adjourned for Tuesday 12 December 2017
    Hon. Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, MP, The Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development (No.8, Quartier Militaire and Moka, MSM)