State Sector Reform and Psychoactive Substances

by Desk Editor on Thursday, June 27, 2013 — 2:16 PM

The Government will give legislative priority to state sector reform and the management of psychoactive substances.

Acting Leader of the House Jonathan Coleman said when the House sat next week, the Government would give priority to the State Sector and Public Finance Reform Bill, Psychoactive Substance Bill and the Appropriation (2013/14 Estimates) Bill.

Wednesday is Members’ Day.

The annual report of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust was presented as was the Annual Plan of the Auditor General and the Auditor General’s report on Learning From Public Entities Use of Social Media

The Finance and Expenditure Committee report on the Estimates for Vote Audit was tabled and then MPs began Question Time.

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