Parliament confronts the prime minister with a debate on public policies and the quality of life of Cape Verdeans

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Parliament confronts the prime minister with a debate on public policies and the quality of life of Cape Verdeans
Parliament confronts the prime minister with a debate on public policies and the quality of life of Cape Verdeans

Africa-Press – Cape verde. This month’s parliamentary work, scheduled for the 26th, 27th and 28th, begins on Wednesday the 26th, with a debate with the Prime Minister, Ulisses Correia e Silva, on public policies and the quality of life of corporals -Verdians.

The second ordinary session of the National Assembly in June, starting at 09:00, has several matters on the agenda, including the debate on internal and external policy issues, the major options of the strategic concept of National Defense, approval of proposals of a law that approves, in particular, the Legal Regime for Digital Services and Electronic Commerce (global final vote), a proposed law that regulates the organization, composition, competence and functioning of the Judicial Inspection Service and that approves the status of its staff ( discussion in general).

The proposed law that regulates the organization, composition, competence and functioning of the Public Prosecutor’s Office Inspection Service and approves the status of its staff (discussion in general), the proposed law that makes the second amendment to law no. 104 /VIII/2016, of January 6, which establishes the principles and rules applicable to the public business sector, including the general bases of the statute of public companies (discussion in general), are other items under consideration during the three days of parliamentary work.

An explanatory note sent to Inforpress explains that the scheduling of the debate on internal and external policy issues, whose theme will be “The great options of the strategic concept of National Defense”, was proposed by the Government to the National Assembly, while the PAICV parliamentary group (opposition) proposed the theme “Public policies and the quality of life of Cape Verdeans”, for debate with the prime minister.

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